Become A Student of Your Child w/ Karen Stubbs from Birds On A Wire

Hey mama’s!
I am SO excited about today’s episode.  For those of you that have listened for a while, know how much I adore Karen Stubbs and her ministry Birds On A Wire.
Today Karen talks about “Becoming a student of your child” from her new book Survival Guide to Motherhood! The lessons in this book are priceless and so is the conversation on today’s episode.  I learned so much from talking to Karen and I know you will too!
If you don’t know your child’s personality type, you will learn all about it today and you can even take the personality color quiz for you and each of your children.  Understanding our children helps us know how to parent them and discipline them. If we don’t know their deepest needs and desires, we can be totally parenting them from the wrong aspect.  We learn that what works for one child doesn’t work for another.
Praying this conversation blesses you and your motherhood!
Jill Rohrbaugh
A little more about Karen….
Karen Stubbs is a speaker, podcaster, and author of several books including, Survival Guide to Motherhood, Moments with God for Moms, and The Art of Motherhood. She has also published multiple group studies for moms which are available through Right Now Media

During Karen’s years as a young mom, her husband, Greg, served as a fighter pilot in the Navy. During those tough early years, as Greg served overseas, Karen grew in her reliance on God and gained a heart for mothers. Today, Karen is mother to four adult children, grandmother to five and founder of Birds on a Wire Moms, a ministry created to equip mothers with practical and biblical truth so they can parent with confidence.

Karen is passionate about challenging moms to experience motherhood in the way God intended it for both them and their families. Everything Karen does at Birds on a Wire, from the small group curriculum and the books she writes, to her Wire Talk podcast and live speaking events, is aimed toward encouraging and equipping moms for the toughest job they will ever have: raising their children. 
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