A mother of six is speaking out against an effort to create a “Marshall Plan for Moms” by giving mothers $2,400 stimulus checks, arguing that it devalues motherhood and sends the wrong message.
Noelle Mering, co-author of the book, Theology of Home II: The Spiritual Art of Homemaking and co-creator of the Theology of Home ministry, explained her opposition to the Marshall Plan for Moms in an interview with The Christian Post.
The push to enact a Marshall Plan for Moms comes nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused millions of Americans to experience economic hardships.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Ryan Foley