Lifestyle Blogger and TV Personality Issues Clarion Call for Christian Women Seeking Balance Between Career and Family
Orlando, Fla.– Work, home, and family. Can Christian Women really do it all? Leadership lifestyle blogger and media personality, Caitlyn Scaggs has good news for readers: You don’t have to lose yourself when faced with the pressure to choose between what appears to be mutually exclusive options.
Instead, she champions a new approach―how to find balance between seemingly opposing forces and live out what you were created to do. In her book,
Worth It And Wonderful: Inspiration for Christian Women To Live Bravely and Boldly.
Scaggs addresses the real pressures, both internal and external, that Christian women face when it comes to making choices between family or personal aspirations.
Filled with practical steps and insights, Scaggs provides women with a blueprint on how to thrive no matter where their path takes them. With her unique and powerful guiding voice, she helps women fully embrace who God calls them to be
How to overcome the challenges of balancing work, life, and family
The importance of living strategically and spontaneously
How mental, physical, and soul self-care honors God
Why happiness is a temporary state of being and the key to finding lasting joy regardless of the life season
“It’s up to you to own and embrace the wonderful complexities of who God made you to be. Remember, you are a masterpiece,” writes Scaggs. “Fall in love with the idea of seeing your life as a beautiful mosaic, lovingly and intentionally crafted. It honors the masterpiece composed of disparate experiences, pain, tears, laughter, and victory all brought together to make something meaningful.”
Filled with motivational callouts, practical takeaways, and actionable steps Worth it and Wonderful invites readers to apply the insight shared to their own lives. “Remember, nothing of significance is easy or comes quickly,” declares Scaggs. “This type of work can challenge deep-rooted beliefs—some of which you may realize are lies that took root a long time ago, but as your identity and purpose become rooted in who God says you are, I’m trusting that all areas of your life will start to transform with vibrancy.
“I love Advent Hymn (Watching, Waiting, Longing), which gives newness to the phrases of Isaiah. Watching, waiting, and longing is what we do now, and these songs help us do that in confidence. I anticipate that this album will be received as a great gift by many who will find their faith nourished and awakened by it.”
–Walter Brueggemann (Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary)
"I've watched Rick grow as an artist and songwriter for many years. Congratulations brother on an excellent independent release."
-Paul Baloche (Dove Award Winning Songwriter)
"Rick Lee James is a poet and singer. You will not only enjoy listening, you'll be drawn into the source –Jesus."