Today, the little one prayed for me. It was the best moment of my day. I told him my stomach […]
The most powerful and comforting Word I heard today: Isaiah 51:12-13 (NIV) I, even I, am he who comforts you. Who are […]
Today, I am taking a moment to celebrate and support my sister in the faith, fellow momma and blogger- Alicia. […]
Did you read the equality act? I read it because I like to conduct personal research instead of being programmed […]
“Wake up, sleeper, rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you” (Ephesians 5:14) How much more will it […]
A Mother’s Prayer for Her Children
Mommas, please take a moment and pray this prayer over your children. Very powerful! This is what praying the scriptures […]
What are your thoughts on Prenatal Yoga?
Please share your thoughts on prenatal yoga and yoga generally. I am a perinatal consultant, trained postpartum doula and New […]
Back to the Basics 2
Yesterday, I wrote about how this season has shifted our focus back to what matters, God and family. Please check […]
Thoughts on Parenting 101
WE SHOULD NOT COMPARE OUR CHILD WITH OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN. NEITHER SHOULD WE COMPARE OUR CHILDREN WITH EACH OTHER. EVERY […]
Behind the Scene
In seasons of discomfort, it is psychologically difficult to see the big picture….
He calls me Mommy!
“Mommy, Mommy, Mommy“…It sounds so good in my ears. May I never lose this excitement. I was told that hearing […]
Dear friends, please join the prayer chain. Thank you. Update 12/22/19: We will see Little Olive in heaven. Thank you […]
Raise a Hallelujah
The beauty of being a Christian mom is that I serve a God who loves my child more than I do. I serve a God who heals and I can trust this God for my child’s healing when the enemy comes in like a flood. The greatest physician is the Lord of my home…
The Stay at home mom life: He is my Healer
When I had my babies, one of the hardest things for me as a mother was when they began to fall sick. By God’s grace, my children are healthy. But when they do fall sick, it often brings to my mind parents of children with serious life threatening illnesses, and disabilities, and my heartbreaks for them. The pain they go through as parents is something My God knows all too well….
The Theology of Adoption: The Needy and the Needed
There are no words to describe how excited I was to reblog this post. Robin urges Christians to think about […]
4 Ways to Protect your Children from Becoming Victims of Racism
Two days ago, My dear sister, kim Petitt shared her personal experience as a mother raising a Black son in […]
Mommy, Why don’t we celebrate Halloween?
The goal of this post isn’t to condemn Christians who celebrate Halloween. My intention is to help Mommas/parents who don’t […]
The Stay at home mom life: A season of intimacy with God
I am a wife and mother of 2 wonderful boys: a 3 year old and an 11 month old. It […]
How Early Childhood Experiences Shaped My Personality and Parenting Style
I grew up being a perfectionist, often times to avoid criticism from within the family. As an adult it carried over to my everyday life. Its caused problems in my workplace and relationships. Which carried over into areas of uncertainty in the form of self-doubt. I sought out affirmations from everyone and anyone…..
The Mind, The Battlefield
I had a dream last night that I feel impressed to share. In my dream I was walking around the […]
Bringing a Smile to Mommy’s Face
One of my greatest pleasures as a mom is that my baby girl thinks I am the funniest human ever. […]
Reblog- “KIDS; NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART”
For mommas/parents homeschooling their children and those thinking about it, Brenda, the author of this article has some encouraging words […]
Unplanned is next on my “to watch” list. I enjoyed reading this review by Anne and Brooke. I encourage every […]
Good Friday: A Mother’s Grief and Joy
Mary watched people turn against her son. She could not defend her child. She must have heard of Judas’ betrayal, Simon’s denial, and the disciples’ abandonment. What a pain!
Please fill in the blanks below using one of options provided for each blank space. Newborn babies are perfectly (i) […]
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