Would I prepare my heart for God to do something new, or would I let old labels and seasons paralyze me?
Our unknowns are known by God, and the very moments we think are scary are opportunities for growing our faith.
Josh and Christi Straub encourage parents to share their journey of faith with their children and to disciple them in the fruit of the Spirit. They remind couples that discipleship requires teamwork.
Kara-Kae James, a mother of four, knows what it feels like to be in the throes of motherhood and barely holding on. James offers words of wisdom and tells young moms how they can live above the chaos.
Kara-Kae James thought that motherhood was a cinch. And then she had kids! James admits that motherhood made her emotionally and mentally tired, weary and burned out with postpartum depression.
I spent most of my 20’s trying to be someone else. Finally marriage, motherhood, depression, and my 30’s forged my self-discovery and acceptance.
Linda Weber talks to new moms about their important assignment, encouraging moms to believe what the Scriptures tell them about their role. Find out how a mother's love impacts a child's brain.
Mom, you have a life-giving mission. Linda Weber, an author and mother of three grown sons, reminds moms that their influence makes a big difference both now and in the future.
Monica Swanson talks about the importance of spiritually discipling sons. She encourages parents to be purposeful about incorporating God's Word into their children's daily lives.
Monica Swanson talks about the challenges and joys of raising boys. She shares some thoughts about helping children find their identity in Christ.
Monica Swanson, a mother to four sons, remembers how overwhelmed she felt when her boys were young. Swanson gives her best tips for raising boys while keeping your sanity.
Amber Lia and Wendy Speake realized their anger was triggered by their kids, and sometimes just by life. Amber and Wendy talk about the triggers of fatigue, frustration, and sibling rivalry.
Amber Lia and Wendy Speake share that triggers--whether messiness or a child's immaturity--are really opportunities, and moms must remind themselves that they don't have to get angry.
Moms Amber Lia and Wendy Speake can relate to mothers who get frustrated with their kids. Lia and Speake talk about some of the 31 triggers that can provoke a mom to lose her cool.
When fear and anxiety threaten to take control of how I parent my children, I remind myself of four truths.
Here’s to our mothers. Thanks for letting us see you struggle, ask for help, and never give up on the ones you love.
I see you, single mom. I know you’re out there and you may be struggling today on Mother's Day. You deserve this day the most.
While we might relate to the laundry list of women pressures, we have to be honest about why working moms and our husbands believe them.
As a pastor's wife with five kids and a job outside the home, Shannon Simmons knows how difficult it is to be a working mom. She gives biblical perspective on the challenges working moms face.
Wife and mom, Kay Wills Wyma, talks about the stress our kids often feel to achieve and how achievement doesn't have to be the boss of them when they know who they are and whose they are in Christ.
Does life feel overwhelming? Author and mother of five, Kay Wills Wyma, encourages listeners to find perspective and freedom by being overwhelmed with the truth instead.
Making responsible, though not always fun, parenting decisions pays dividends and yields goodness that lasts well beyond the moment.
Making memories, passing on our faith to the next generation, is what our moments are made of. I try to focus on fully living in every single one.
One of the greatest lessons motherhood is teaching me is that I cannot do it alone. Baby showers remind us of the help we need from family and friends.
What if our generation of moms decided to love the mom bods we’ve got? Motherhood puts a glow on any woman! It’s a look that’s well worth the wear.
My kid's birthday party means I include and find commonalities with nearly total strangers. And it’s a really beautiful thing.
Heidi St. John delves into her own past, and tells how the discouraging words from her parents haunted her once she began her own family. She also shares how the Great Healer worked in her to help her truly forgive.
Heidi St. John tells how she realized she needed to depend on God each day for His strength and wisdom. You must feed your heart on the Word of God.
Moms today have enough on their plates without adding unnecessary drama to the list.
How do we treat ourselves well while also remembering that God cares more about our hearts? Can we keep our hearts pure but also enjoy fashion?