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I'm NJ Rongner and the title of Stay At Home Mom isn't the one God created for me.

I am 100% OVER feeling guilty about working, loving my family and loving Jesus. I know that God wants families to thrive, to love Him and be loved by Him.

I'm a wife, a mom, run Working Christian Mom and work full time as a Marketing Coach at Clickfunnels. I don't have time to feel guilty, I'm too busy living the life God has called me to. He created me with gifts and talents to share with the world (and that includes my clients and co-workers).  I know that God wants women to thrive in the people, places and passions He has given them. It is my joy to encourage you along the way. 

 

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Listen To The Working Christian Mom Podcast

The Working Christian Mom podcast is a mix of interviews and solo show My areas of expertise include time management, building habits & routines and  business strategy. Because I know my audience is full of moms who work outside of the home as well as entrepreneurs/work at home moms, you can expect a variety of podcast topics.

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36: Our Big Feelings Are A Gift From God With Elizabeth Thompson

God has given us the gift of feelings, on purpose and for a reason. Elizabeth Thompson is a big feeler and well, I’m not. In this episode, we chat about navigating our feelings with Jesus, how big feelers and not so big feelers need one another and how we handle mom guilt.  Elizabeth has a…

Trusting Jesus With Our Junk

35: Overcome To Become: Trusting Jesus With Our Junk With Tasha Ferguson

Tasha and I and I are both launching / relaunching our podcasts on the same day and we chat about how our personality plays a role in our launch style and in life. We also talk about the joys of being a girl mom, the power of owning her story, and how achieving her career…

Filling An Empty Cup And Finding An Outlet With Lauren Anderson

34: Filling An Empty Cup And Finding An Outlet With Lauren Anderson

Lauren and I chat about her motherhood story as a mama with a medically fragile son and how she discovered radical self care and began to fill her empty cup through finding an outlet.  Lauren has an amazing online program designed to teach us how to make spectacular bakery level decorated sugar cookies. You can…

What We Learned In Quarantine

33: What We Learned In Quarantine With Sarah Morrison

Sarah Morrison and I are back to discuss what we learned in quarantine. Covid-19 gave us a few gifts, a few lessons and a few discoveries. We recapped our Word of the Year thoughts, spoiler alert, I couldn’t remember mine! If you want to hear more about our Word of the Year discussion, we share…

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32: Word Of The Year With Sarah Morrison

On this episode of the Working Christian Mom podcast, Sarah Morrison and I discuss our hopes, dreams and goals for 2020. We also reveal our centering word of the year and how we arrived at them. Listen to the podcast here:

Let's get real about Christmas with Sarah Morrison

31: Let’s Get Real About Christmas (Working Mom Style) with Sarah Morrison

In this episode of the Working Christian Mom Podcast, I sit down with my working mom hero, Sarah Morrison. We chat about all of the ways we make the holiday season work as busy working moms. Join the Working Christian Mom Community here. Connect with Sarah here.

How to handle negative feedback at work

30: How To Handle Negative Feedback At Work

What is the biblical response when you get a negative review or receive feedback from your manager that points out areas you can grow in? In this episode, NJ shares her experience and gives us several tips on how to handle it. Join the Working Christian Mom community here.

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29: Where Has The Podcast Been These Last Few Months?

Where did you go, NJ? In this episode of the Working Christian Mom podcast, I share all about what I’ve been up to the last few months and WHY the podcast needed a break. Guess what? It involves me landing my dream job. Listen here. Join the Working Christian Mom Facebook Community. Success! Now check…

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28: Making Time For Mom Friends with Val Woerner

Why is it so hard to make friends as a mom? Why is it so hard to keep those relationships going? In this episode of the Working Christian Mom podcast, Val Woerner, author of Grumpy Mom Takes A Holiday, chat about friendship and motherhood.

Parenting beyond the rules with Connie Albers

27: Parenting Beyond The Rules with Connie Albers

One of the questions I get most often about how to parent tweens and teens well. On this episode of the podcast, Connie Albers, author of Parenting Beyond The Rule shares the tips and tricks that worked for her. Here’s my favorite quote that really sums up this whole episode. “People say my children are…