When and where?
Jul 22, 2020, 10:00 AM EDT – Jul 24, 2020, 4:00 PM EDT
About this unique opportunity
Who is this challenge for?
So often, when we have babies, even though it should be the most joyous time of our lives, the enemy uses every tactic of our weaknesses to divide us from our spouses. If you've struggled with keeping your relationship with your spouse emotionally connected during your pregnancy and/or postpartum time join me on this 3-Day Relational Challenge to learn 3 biblical steps to understand and reconnect with your spouse.
Why am I offering this challenge?
Conflict within marriages during pregnancy and postpartum has been occurring, it is not a new concept. It is a stressful time for both mom and dad. However, now more than ever, with the global pandemic, the stress that moms and dads are facing has tremendously increased. I recognize that increasingly more Chrisitan women are considering separation or divorce. What better time to take this challenge.
In this 3-Day Relational Challenge you'll have access to 3 Facebook Live videos, one Q&A: Ask the Doula session, one Intercessory Prayer session, and a community of like-minded Christian women to whom you can relate! Sign up today for this FREE Challenge!
What makes me qualified to teach on this subject?
You may be asking what makes a certified doula and certified breastfeeding counselor qualified to teach on the subject of connectedness within marriages. In fact, I have been a single mother for 7 years. In my marriage, I made mistakes, especially in the pregnancy and postpartum phase and that's when my marriage began to fail. I was married to an unbeliever and he had a dangerous personality disorder. Those experiences and trials taught me many things and I have healed much since then. Most of all, I learned to forgive and focus on God. In addition, I learned the signs of postpartum depression and the way in which the family unit changes when a baby joins that unit, both during pregnancy and postpartum. It naturally creates conflict and we must fight against this conflict. A good certified postpartum doula is trained in these areas to mitigate conflict in the family unit. Certified postpartum doulas are not just a glorified nanny or housekeeper. I spend much time and effort into my trade. Third, I have been an intercessor for at least the past 5 years at my local church, and since starting my doula business, strengthening my clients through prayer. Lastly, God doesn't call the qualified, He qualifies the called.
What have women said about past challenges from Agape Doulas LLC?
"It reminded me of who I'm really leaning on during labor and the rest of my pregnancy."
"Getting in touch and re-centering my focus on God."
"It was good for me to have that time every day to listen to God’s word and connect with other people who were in the same season of life."
"You don’t feel alone, other people are going through the same things."
"Made a difference in my attitude just stopping that often and acknowledging that and ask for God’s help directly."
"It made me more thoughtful about prayer, my actions, and parenting."
"This is what I need to do on a daily basis to combat the attacks that I have from the enemy."
"Interacting with others, listening to strategies, listening to encouragement."
"A calmer demeanor and more thoughtful actions."
"I'm more mindful of the impact of prayer and scripture in my daily walk and how I parent."
"Prioritizing my own spiritual wellbeing."
"I gained useful strategies to apply Godly wisdom each day."
"I have avoided many confrontations and obtained even more peace by applying the tools given by way of the challenge."