God First

God First when I wake up God First when I go to bed God First in my marital decisions God First in my parenting practices God First in my academics God First in my career God First in all I do- This is my goal and greatest desire. Every decision must be guided with God’s […]

We Cried

Mindfulness is being present. I have a 2-month-old. He received some shots recently. The day he received his shots, the shot sites suddenly became more uncomfortable and painful. So, he started crying. I had a lot going on..school work, business, etc. Yet, I told myself they would have to wait. I decided to be present- […]

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the key to emotional and spiritual health. It is essential for thriving in systems that resist diversity and social equity. If we want stronger families, relationships, organizations and communities, we must practice mindfulness. How can we use mindfulness to accomplish these things, boost our self esteem and work performance? How can we practice […]

Let’s Celebrate: YouVersion Partnership

Dear friends, I am excited to announce that Christian Mommas is now a YouVersion Content Partner! YouVersion is the most popular Bible App reaching billions of people across the globe. Below, you will find 3 powerful devotionals I put together for new parents, mothers, families, and anyone dealing with mental health issues this season. This […]

Practical Ways to Kick Out Ghosts in the Nursery

Following up on yesterday’s post, I am presenting ways to kick out Ghosts in the Nursery. If you didn’t read yesterday’s blog post, please read it here. There is no good in presenting a problem without offering solutions. The Nursery is the parent-child relationship. The Ghosts are traumatic experiences in our lineage and those we […]

Ghosts in the Nursery

We all expect the mother of a newborn to be happy, we expect mothers to not abuse their children, and we always assume mothers will form a healthy bond with their child. Sadly, this isn’t always the case. Some moms struggle with bonding, are depressed, and feel like someone else will be better off mothering their child. Some moms just seem to fail despite telling themselves, “I want something better for my child” or “I don’t want my child to experience what I experienced as a child”. We are always quick to judge these mothers because we don’t know their stories…..