Who are you listening to?


I'm a pursuer of peace, on a mission to help women from all backgrounds and walks of life to find their own strength and talents amid the chaos of life.


The Modern Domestic Woman (MDW) is an extension of me, and if you've met me in real life, you know that I don't start any conversation with someone I've just met by bursting out that I love Jesus. I lead with everyday things like hair, decor, food, my kiddos, and the rush of every living day while managing anxiety. I talk about my mission of finding peace and helping other women find their own strength and talents amid the chaos of life.


All I need to do is be the shining light that my higher power (Jesus) has asked me to be in this world. Not by bashing Bibles over people's heads - it's by loving people the only way I know how.


Below is a free digital download of a study entitled, "Contentment in Christ: Who are you listening to in the wilderness?"


While life will never cease in throwing us milestones, struggles, and disappointments, what we can control is our response to the pandemonium. This candid study talks about how an intimate relationship with God can take you from frazzled and barely surviving to finding strength in the promises and peace He’s promised you.

Creating MDW was Spirit-led, which sounds absolutely crazy. God put on my heart years ago to create an honest space for women who needed help in any capacity, no matter what their background, economic status, or struggle. To share my own crazy and let women know they're not alone. If you're new to the idea of believing in a higher power (in this case, Jesus), you can learn more about my approach to Christianity in the article, "God according to me: why I don't lead with Christianity".


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Interested in having me visit your church, women's group, or organization?

Email me at elizabetharago@gmail.com


About the author:

Elizabeth Rago is a mama, wife, and the creator of The Modern Domestic Woman (MDW). After a series of unfortunate events including job loss, a car accident, bankruptcy, and a physical and emotional breakdown, Elizabeth felt compelled to shift the primary focus of MDW from pretty pictures and goofy memes to a space of honest support for the modern woman.


A pursuer of peace, Elizabeth is on a mission to help women from all backgrounds and walks of life to find their own strength and talents amid the chaos of life.