What Keeps Us From Our Bibles

What Keeps Us From Our Bibles

By Lee Stewart In the early days of motherhood, I developed a twinge of bitterness toward pictures of moms with Bibles and coffee cups in a serene, uninterrupted setting. Now that my kids are 11, 8, and 5, I am not so prickly on this subject. I still resist the phrase...

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Tarry with the Stuff

Tarry with the Stuff

By Jean Stockdale Trust me. You don’t know anybody who loved mothering more than I did. The only thing I ever wanted to do with my life was to be a wife and a mom. God gave me the desire of my heart when I married Craig Stockdale (45 years ago, I might add). Five...

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Fighting Fear

Fighting Fear

By Bethany Golding “I see the gestation sack and the fetal pole but no heart beat. Don’t worry, it’s just too early to tell. Let’s make an appointment for you next week, and I’m sure we’ll be able to see it then.” “Don’t worry.” Two words that you can tell a brand new...

Five Friends Every Mom Needs

Five Friends Every Mom Needs

By Joni Shankles Every mom needs friends on the motherhood journey. We need companionship and advice, a shared life and a shared faith, and the security of knowing we are not alone. I think every mom needs at least five kinds of friends along the way. You might find...

Parents, Take Note of This

Parents, Take Note of This

By Leslie Hollowell My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry.  James 1:19 Recently I had the privilege of speaking to a class for parents of teens. I have worked with teen girls for...

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