Interior Disposition

A Production of the Ultimate Christian Podcast Network.

The Question

What is going on in your soul as you go about your daily life? That is your interior disposition! Your attitude as you go about your life.

Do you look at the chores and mundane pieces and tasks of your life as burdens? No one is paying attention, thankful, or offering accolades. You just keep going, day in and day out.

Shift Focus

Let’s face it; we still need to do the tasks of our life even if they are repetitive and people seem ungrateful. But we can shift our focus from looking at them as a burden to being grateful for the opportunity to live and serve the people in our life God has given us. 

Change Attitude

It is when we change the interior focus that we can focus from doing all the things of life for others to doing it for God. Then we are better able to act with love and care, as God does to us. We may not be perfect at it, but we can try. each day to stop waiting for the world to recognize how amazing we are and simply move forward in doing what God asks of us.



Matthew 6 is an important chapter for me. Specifically, the verse that is repeated often, “And your Father who sees in secret will repay you.” Matthew 6:4b

When you feel a lack of motivation to do the mundane or difficult task of your life, shift your focus to gratitude. Ask God to help you love and serve the person in front of you in the best way.

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Working Moms With Special Needs Children

A Production of the Ultimate Christian Podcast Network.

Episode 8-Working Moms With Special Needs Children

Special guest, Deidra Green, candidly shares about her experience as a working mom with a special needs child.

We talk about the challenges of managing doctor’s appointments during work hours and missed work days. We also chat about resources for families with special needs children, and securing caregivers for special needs children.

Additionally, we discuss how parents with special needs children can develop a strong network of support. Deidra finishes our conversation by sharing about the joy of being part of a supportive community of people who has helped to lighten her load.  

Deidra is a New Orleans, Louisiana native. She lives in Atlanta with her two children, Stephanie and Myles. She works for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a Public Health Advisor.


Helpful Resources for Families with Special Needs Children:


FOCUS of Georgia

FOCUS + Fragile Kids is are organizations that help children who are medically fragile or have significant developmental and/or physical disabilities. They offer comfort with hospital visits and support groups, give hope by providing information and education, organize fun activities for parents and kids, and help to make equipment available to children in need.

The Arc

The Arc is the largest national community-based organization advocating for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and serving them and their families. They work to make sure that every individual and family living with I/DD in the United States has access to the information, advocacy, and skills they need to support their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.