Jill Savage

Jill Savage is an author and speaker who is passionate about encouraging families. She is the author or co-author of fourteen books including Professionalizing Motherhood, My Hearts At Home, Real Moms…Real JesusLiving With Less So Your Family Has More, No More Perfect Moms, No More Perfect Marriages (with her husband Mark)and her most recent release Empty Nest Full Life.

Featured on Focus on the Family, Crosswalk.com, FamilyLife Today and Today’s Christian Woman magazine, Jill is the founder of Hearts at Home, an organization that encouraged moms from 1994-2017. Jill and her husband, Mark, have five children, three who are married, two granddaughters and one grandson. They make their home in Normal, Illinois.

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Author Jill Savage talks frankly about the challenges she's faced in the empty nest, including finding out that her son is gay. While they disagree with his current lifestyle, they continue to love him. View Show Notes →
How's your marriage since the kids left home? Jill Savage knows that a couple's failure to connect can lead to isolation. Savage shares some valleys she and her husband faced as empty nesters and tells what's kept them together. View Show Notes →
Author Jill Savage talks about the freedom, and the challenges, of the empty nest. Savage remembers being surprised at how hard it really was to adjust to a quiet house. Hear some sound advice from a mom who's been there. View Show Notes →
Sometimes it feels like "Just a Mom" is the lowest rung of the social ladder. But Jill Savage, Ashley Escue, Meg Meeker, and Karen Ehman tell moms that their role in their children's lives is irreplaceable. View Show Notes →
Some decisions you make as a family. One of those would be the decision to adopt. View Show Notes →
It's important to build your marriage on the right foundation. View Show Notes →
How does knowing Jesus help you with daily living? View Show Notes →
No one wants their children to do without. View Show Notes →
Contentment can be fleeting, especially in a culture where products are outdated almost as soon as they're released. View Show Notes →
Of course your children want a lot. View Show Notes →