Spread too thin? Stop beating yourself up! You’ll be humbled at how much more He can accomplish than you *ever* could in your own strength.
As you prepare to transition to an empty nest always let your young adult know you love them to pieces…and keep rolling with the punches. God has placed you in each other’s lives for a purpose and with a plan. He’s got you both, momma, so you’ve got this!
Launching your teen into adulthood can be a little stressful, but keeping these truths in mind can help make the transition go a bit smoother.
What mom wants for christmas;16 things she seriously would love that don’t cost a dime. Perfect gifts for the mom who just needs peace. Read this, husbands.
The secret to intentional motherhood; how to drop expectations and discover God’s intention for Christian motherhood – even on the hardest of days.
Does a heart for others come naturally for you? I confess it does not for me. Maybe it’s because I grew up an only child – or maybe I’m just selfish. Staff writer, Sarah Damaska walks us through how to cultivate a heart for others in this enriching post. The cookie left a residue on my fingers as …
A parent’s powerful words – now there’s a phrase to stop you in your tracks. Whoever told us “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” lied. If we are honest, we remember not just harsh words that have been spoken to us (or about us) but we can also recall the time and place. …
Lacking patience? Most moms do, girl. Here’s 5 ways to deal with stress better and and allow stress to be a patience developing tool! Perspective is the key for moms with short tempers.
Is your preschooler driving you nuts? As parents seek balance while fielding questions like, “Why”, and “No” (1 million times a day), here are 10 key phrases to help you keep your cool and forge connections with your child.
How to get the most out of Amazon Prime Day & my top 10 picks. If you’re not an Amazon Prime Member, sign up shopping bargains and savings 8/16-8/17.
We moms worry about our kids, and sometimes our minds won’t stop – but we can counteract fear with God’s help. Here’s my scary story and how God used it to teach me how to find His peace.
31 home, parenting, and blogging resources to put a spring in your mama-step. Tips for home decor, healthy cooking, homeschooling, finding time in the Word, and getting your blog up and running!
If the chaos in motherhood is a daily part of your life, you’re going to love my special guest this week. Sarah Ann, of Faith Along the Way, is a young mom to two special needs children and she can tell us a thing or two about those crazy parenting days! Sarah is a very special friend to me and …
6 essential questions to form your family’s spiritual growth; How to build a solid foundation through prayer, Scripture, and godly life-decisions. Because after all – your’re a pilgrim here on earth – and your family needs a map!
How to raise your daughter to confide in you – one simple tip you may be overlooking. Christian parenting tips for mothers to build life-long relationships.
It’s time for Five Minute Friday over on Katemotaung’s blog! Set the timer, write for five minutes, and post! Today’s word prompt: Here. Go. It’s a scary thing, teaching our kids and then letting them go. I remember the driving days. (Just the other day my son said, “Remember the days when you guys were teaching us to drive?”) Fear and …
Funny thing about kids – raising them to leave is like a losing piece of your heart and watching it walk off in someone else’s body. Every time they go, it’s similar to ripping open a flesh wound. Exposing it raw, the pain resurfacing.
Hello my peeps! I hope you’ve had a pleasant day. Here’s a list of things I’m doing currently:Bringing ~ my daughter Hayley back home from Ohio, having completed her junior year of college. Wondering ~ where did the year go?!? It seems like just yesterday we were walking her through Office Depot looking for a bookshelf for her dorm room. (Actually, it …
Jim and I spent some time in Florida with our oldest daughter, Taryn, and her son Sawyer (AKA “THE grandson”). The entire week was gorgeous with plentiful sunshine and very little rain. Meanwhile, back in West Virginia, it has been raining for weeks on end. Just this spring alone, we have had 4 floods in our front yard, and one of …
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