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Real. Faith. Moms.

Hi friend!

Welcome to SeanaScott.org, where you will meet Real Moms living out Real faith—with all the messes and joys. Here you will find quick Biblical encouragement at least twice a week, like a shot of spiritual espresso, to help you grow in Christ and love others well.

Take a moment for yourself, mama. Drink up. Be encouraged. I look forward to getting to know you.

-Seana

 

SeanaScott.org

Why SeanaScott.org?

I spent about the first six years of motherhood stressed and struggling to live with freedom in God’s love. Through crisis, sickness, grief, and depression, God re-taught me His extravagant love.

I now enjoy motherhood and walk in God’s daily grace instead of self-condemnation.

I started this blog to encourage moms with the freedom we have in Jesus and to share stories of other moms to cheer us along. Motherhood is a gift from God. Let’s walk in freedom!

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Brief Bio

I am a mom to three: two bFmaily Photo Small sizeoys and a baby girl born November, 2016 and a pastor’s wife. My days are full of toddler toy droppings, baby cries, dirty dishes, and my older son’s Lego creations.

I wouldn’t trade it for the world, but it wasn’t always that way. That is why I wrote Joy Made Full, to share my journey and help other moms find joy in tantrums and board games.

I earned my BA in Journalism and Public Relations from California State University, Northridge and am currently in grad school at Dallas Theological Seminary in the media, arts, and worship department.

Before motherhood I served on staff at a large church coordinating special events and missions. I have also served as a women’s ministry intern and helped launch two churches (Discovery Church and Redeemer Church).

I enjoy traveling, time with my family, connecting with women, creating, and teaching the Scriptures.

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