I identify with Jennifer’s loss of vision for her future – a future that, although God is able to create beauty out of it, will never be what she initially dreamed. This book is for anyone who feels misunderstood, is suffering grief, is watching a loved one suffer grief, is raising young children, is writing for God's glory, or is experiencing a difficult life season.
Are you finding it difficult to accept the season of motherhood you're in right now? And how do you think God feels about your current season?
Be encouraged in your motherhood journey with this true story of how God uses parenting to shape us and grow us in character and spiritual maturity.
If you have been longing for inner peace and are ready to be free from the consuming overwhelm and anxiety and ready to get your life back... This is the article for you!
How can you keep up with housework when simply surviving motherhood is the theme of most days? Here are 5 practical tips (and real #momlife anecdotes) to encourage you today!
The following is an honest glimpse into my life by way of a short story, which testifies to the truth that Jesus continues to help me find balance, day by day. I hope it will encourage you to trust the Holy Spirit’s gentle guidance in your own life.
"What do you love more?" The answer to this question will help you align the wishes you have for your home with the reality of your cleaning personality.
You do it all. #Mom life is wearing you down. Life never stops throwing punches, and you're left wondering: "Am I the only mom who's struggling to bear all of this? I'm so stressed. Who's going to comfort Me?"
Before I had kids, I thought the adage "children are a blessing" referred to all the joys I would experience as a mother. I didn't understand that the proverb held a double meaning, a double blessing...
Doesn't it feel, at least some days, that the world is out to get you? I know that in reality there's no grand conspiracy to drag me down, but man-oh-man, today was a DOOZY!
I'm hiding in my room with the door closed. My family is invaluable, enthusiastic, entertaining, loving, and caring; but today, I just want them to go away.