Reblog: What Christianity Means to My Family

Today, the little one prayed for me. It was the best moment of my day. I told him my stomach was hurting and he said “First we need to pray. It is well with you in Jesus name.” I have no words to describe what it felt like. I am glad he knows we need to call on God first when in pain. This post came to mind while reflecting on our interaction. So, I decided to reblog it. Also, I started teaching the little one how to pray for his friends. Raising an intercessor right now. I am not writing this to boast in my parenting. In fact, I always remind myself that I am not humanly smart enough to parent. God is helping me do this thing called parenting. My desire and prayer is that my children will serve the God who has been good to me. I want them to also enjoy the peace and joy I have in Jesus Christ. I have many challenges but I have peace and hope in every situation.

Christian Mommas

It is interesting that I started writing this post on the 14th of May, 2019, and I am finally posting it almost seven months later. I wonder if there are other bloggers with a lot of drafted posts containing one or two sentences waiting to be completed. I am excited to complete this post today due to joyful events that occurred within the last few days. Yesterday, the little one said “Amen” several times to prayers, and he worshiped the God of heaven with mommy and daddy. For the past two weeks, the little one has been singing and humming, “yes Jesus loves me, the Bible tells me so”. That’s one of his bedtime songs. The little one sings other songs but this one melts my heart because he learned this song at home, and it is about Jesus, love, and the Bible. I cannot wait for the little one…

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