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Hope + Help Bonus Episode: Heart Change in Motherhood with Christine Chappell

In this episode of The Hope + Help Project, Christine shares a bonus episode on the topic of heart change in motherhood based on stories from her book, Clean Home, Messy Heart: Promises of Renewal, Hope, and Change for Overwhelmed Moms. The episode is an edited version of a talk recorded in front of a live audience and unpacks the challenges of sacrificial love, comfort idolatry, repetitive sin habits, and self-reliance in motherhood, explaining how the gospel of Jesus Christ offers women hope and help for progressive, meaningful change.
Root of Impatience | Christine M Chappell | Clean Home, Messy Heart

Finding the Root of Our Impatience

“I am a mom of an almost 2 year old girl and lately my patience is getting worse! When you are losing patience, what part of the bible do you run to?” I was recently asked this question by a reader and thought it to be a terrific opportunity not only to reflect on my […]
Clean Home Messy Heart Podcast | Christine M. Chappell

The Dirty Room | 1 John 1:5-7

Join Christine as she shares about a recent act of service to her daughter and how it led to a better understand God’s workings to bring about heart change and obedience in the context of Christian community. This episode’s featured scripture is 1 John 1:5–7: This is the message we have heard from him and proclaim to you, that […]
When Sinners Say I Do | Dave Harvey | Christine M. Chappell Book Review

When Sinners Say “I Do” by Dave Harvey | #bookschristineread

At first, I recognized the title. Then, I recognized the cover. Finally, I realized Brett and I had purchased this book on our Kindle a few years ago, and there it has remained, held hostage by the loss of the Kindle’s power cord. Personally, I don’t enjoy reading eBooks—power cord or no, I wouldn’t have read it. […]
Faithful Sparrow | Author Christine M. Chappell | C.S. Lewis | The Screwtape Letters | Book Review

The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis | #bookschristineread

This review is quite different from the others I have written thus far. It’s actually a bit strange to not toot the horn of a book as loudly as I have previously, but I figured that in fairness I would share my likes and dislikes about this book because it’s worth it and well-deserving of […]