Dave and Gloria Furman, Jay and Katherine Wolf, and Julie Denker share what it’s like to care for or live as an adult with a disability.
Gloria Furman is a wife, mother of four young children, doula, and blogger. In 2008, her family moved to the Middle East to plant Redeemer Church of Dubai, where her husband, Dave, serves as the pastor. She is the author of Glimpses of Grace, Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full, and The Pastor’s Wife, and blogs regularly at the Gospel Coalition and GloriaFurman.com.
An idol is anything that takes the place of God in your heart. Paul David Tripp, Kyle Idleman, Elyse Fitzpatrick, and Gloria Furman unearth some common, well concealed idols in our lives.
Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
As a mom, it’s easy to feel stuck in the monotony of parenting. Joanne Kraft, Denise Glen, Erin Davis, Gloria Furman, and Leslie Leyland Fields offer perspective to help us view mothering in light of eternity.
Forgetting the Risen Christ
Author Gloria Furman reminds mothers they have been designed to nurture the lives He creates.
More Than Just a Mom
Gloria Furman gives mothers a biblical view of motherhood. Too many moms, Furman says, see limitations rather than the incredible opportunities they have to make disciples for Christ.
Hope for the Weary Mom
Gloria Furman and Rachel Jankovic share their hope and encouragement during the sweet and chaotic season of parenting small children. Barbara Rainey offers her perspective from further down the road.
Dealing With Loss
Authors Dave and Gloria Furman tell how, four years into marriage, Dave began suffering from a nerve disability. The Furmans tell how they’ve dealt with loss with Christ’s help.
How to Love Those Who Are Hurting
Dave Furman and his wife, Gloria, tell what it’s like dealing with a disability in marriage. Gloria shares how God has met her need for help and hope.
All Moments Are God Moments
Dave Furman, pastor of Redeemer Church in Dubai, and his wife, Gloria, talk about the debilitating disease that has weakened his muscles, but not their faith or their ministry.
God in the Mundane
Gloria Furman, talks about the day she realized that her mom duties weren’t interruptions to her spiritual growth, but that God wanted to interact with her amongst the dishes and the diapers.