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182. Creating Rhythms of Rest and Connection in Your Family and Community | Sally Clarkson

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I’m so delighted to bring Sally back on the podcast to share her wisdom and encouragement for mothers in every stage. We discuss Sally’s latest book, Tea Time Discipleship, all about the beauty of incorporating a tea time ritual into your life and home. This simple daily routine creates endless opportunities for personal refreshment, family discipleship, and cultivation of friendships. Join us for this rich, insightful, encouraging conversation with Sally.

In this episode, we cover:

  • What is tea time discipleship and why is it important?

  • How moms can build community with other moms through tea time

  • Where to start if you want to create new friendships

  • Making space for friendships in your life even during busy seasons of motherhood

  • Why it is important to restore your soul as a mother

  • How creating this rhythm impacts our children for years to come

  • Overcoming fear of vulnerability to pursue true fellowship

  • Tips for stepping out and starting a group of your own

  • Where to start if you want a mentor

  • How to grow strong friendships with your children

  • Ideas for reaching out when you have no idea who to pursue

  • Why getting uncomfortable and putting ourselves out there really matters

View full show notes on the blog + watch this episode on YouTube.

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Tea Time Discipleship by Sally Clarkson

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