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Launching Your Children Out Into the World

By on April 28, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

“Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them! He shall not be put to shame when he speaks with his enemies in the gate.” […]

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Why Mothers Are So Important

Being a mother is both demanding and rewarding—it is equivalent to a professional pursuit.[1] Molding minds, healing spirits, nurturing bodies, and developing potential—this job can be amazingly productive and overwhelmingly rewarding. The results of competent mothering will be passed from generation to generation! For a mother, rearing her children is her mission, life’s work, the […]

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Five “Save The Morning” Tips for Moms of Littles

By on March 22, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 2 Comments

Fellow Stay-at-Home Momma, Can I share a few small tips for the morning that have helped me to be more productive and intentional—aka, off the couch vegging out—as I’m home with my young’n? Spend at least a few minutes chipping away at your Bible reading plan in the morning before your family needs you. This […]

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Permission to Enjoy

By on March 15, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

Every parent has heard the phrase, “Enjoy this time with your children. It goes by so fast.” However, sometimes in the midst of the late nights, long talks, dirty diapers, or scheduled practices, parenthood does not feel very enjoyable. There are moments of pleasure that pop up in the quietness of a day, resembling a […]

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This generation needs mothers with a magnificent obsession…

By on March 3, 2016 in Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

Motherhood is both a demanding and a rewarding profession. Unfortunately, the rewards, as often is true with any endeavor, often come much later in life. Nevertheless, a prime characteristic of the good mother is unselfishness; she can wait for the final realization of her rewards. Meantime she can watch God work in the lives of […]

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How to Cultivate Thankfulness in Your Child's Heart

By on November 5, 2015 in Family and Parenting with 3 Comments

Pumpkins, scarecrows, leaves changing color, fall festivals, and crisp air mean only one thing… Fall is here! Fall is my favorite season for many reasons, but one thing that is special to me about fall is Thanksgiving. It is a holiday that requires me to take a step back and reflect on the things for […]

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3 Tips to Make Your Family an Organized Team

By on October 6, 2015 in Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

What comes to mind when you hear the word, “organize”? Does it create an intense amount of anxiety that makes your head spin? Or maybe you are on the other side of the spectrum, where you are filled with overwhelming excitement at the mere thought of the word? Regardless of which side of the spectrum you […]

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Jesus, Faith, and Fish

By on August 25, 2015 in Faith, Family and Parenting with 0 Comments

Have you ever noticed in the New Testament, when fish are involved, that Jesus is ultimately teaching about faith? Think about it—Jesus fed the five thousand with fish and bread (Matt 14:13-21); He did the same thing with four thousand on a different occasion (Matt 15:29-39); He caused the disciples’ nets to overflow with fish […]

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3 Back-to-School Prayers for Your Children

By on August 20, 2015 in Family and Parenting with 1 Comment

I don’t know where I first heard it, but I have always loved the saying, “Having happy children is good, but a parent’s real job is to mold great adults.” It is with this thought running through my mind that I make my list of prayer requests for my children this school year. Yes, I […]

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How Parenting Draws Us to Thankfulness and Rejoicing

You know the saying, “You can’t see the forest for the trees”? Sometimes I feel that way in my parenting role. I stay so intently focused on the “bad” things that my children are doing that I forget to see the good things. I tend to dwell on all the negatives surrounding me and my […]

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