whole mamaDo you all already know Mihee Kim-Kort? I hope you do. If you aren’t following her podcast, “This Everyday Holy,” you’re missing out. I’ve also followed her blog for a long time. This summer she did a long series on “The Meaning of Children,” doing that crazy thing where you integrate parenting life with deep thoughts.


Mihee isn’t only into talking about parenthood. She’s a published author, an ordained pastor in the PC(USA), a theologian and a social justice activist. She tends to be involved in more things at a time than I can keep track of. But I managed to nail her down long enough for this interview.


In this conversation, we about things she and I might like to chat about: at the beginning activism and art, voice and accountability, and how those different things go together; in the middle some stuff about who has permission to make art, and out of what materials; and then, at the end, what all that tells us about God.


(Side Note: I think I really like doing interviews! Should I keep doing this? Should I do them in audio so they’re easier to listen to? Feedback in comments, please. 🙂 )





Now it’s your turn! Our #WholeMama prompt word for the link-up this week is “ordinary.”



  • Journal or blog your thoughts on “ordinary.”  If you’re blogging, link it up with us below, so we can read and encourage.
  • Read other people’s processing (as links are added to the link-up below) and encourage them.
  • Join the Twitter party tonight (Monday) at 7:30 PST/9:30 CST and later. #wholemama
  • We’re still giving away free books written by Christian women, just for sharing your life on the #wholemama hashtag on Instagram. Last week’s winner was Katie, who is getting a (signed!) copy of Wild in the Hollow, by Amber C. Haines. Post your own images of mom life or ordinary moments to be entered in next week’s random number drawing! 
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