A missionary mother.
From Susanna Wesley, as quoted by Dorothy Patterson in “The High Calling of Wife & Mother in Biblical Perspective,” Recovering Biblical Manhood & Womanhood:
No one can, without renouncing the world, in the most literal sense, observe my method; and there are few, if any, that would entirely devote above twenty years of the prime of life in hopes to save the souls of their children, which they think may be saved without so much ado; for that was my principal intention, however unskillfully and unsuccessfully managed.
To renounce the world. To devote the prime of life to save the souls of my children. To spend my energies there. Not for myself but for them. And not for them but for Him.
That is my prayer.