Author Archives: Gloria Furman

Gloria Furman (@gloriafurman) lives in Dubai with her husband Dave, a pastor at Redeemer Church of Dubai. They have three young kids. Gloria is the author of Glimpses of Grace: Treasuring the Gospel in Your Home (Crossway, 2013) and Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full: Gospel Meditations for Busy Moms (Crossway, 2014). She blogs at

Rediscovering the Jewel of Unity in Diversity

We have to be reminded to dig into that treasure chest of gospel riches to discover and rediscover God’s heart for unity amid diversity.

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God Meets Busy Moms Right Where They Are

Moms, Jesus wants to fellowship with you right where you are, even in the commotion of ordinary life.

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Jesus Canceled Your Mommy Guilt Trip

No amount of mommy guilt can crush you if Christ was crushed on the cross in your stead.

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God Rules the Mundane

God can use the ordinary moments in your life to glorify himself by conforming you into the image of his Son.

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God’s Promise and a Petrol Station

This incident seems so slight when we consider all that God has done, but it’s an illustration of God’s faithfulness, which is hardly a small thing.

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10 Ways Ecclesiology Encourages Me

Remembering who I’m saved to be in the context of the body of Christ helps deal with my prideful independence.

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Cacophony in the Kitchen Coliseum

Sword fights at lunchtime may seem perilous, but they are nothing in comparison to the ravaging lions of selfishness in our hearts.

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Sometimes God Doesn’t Open Doors

My trials bow to God’s will and work his ‘gospel good’ in my life for his glory.

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The Pastor’s Wife and Her Primary Ministry

Scripture-based ecclesiology offers no explicit job description for the office of pastor’s wife, because there is no such office.

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The Pastor’s Wife and Her First Love

The most defining relationship of the pastor’s wife is her relationship to the Chief Shepherd who guides, cherishes, and guards her soul.

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