How does knowing Jesus help you with daily living?
Being purposeful doesn’t mean taking everything super seriously, it just means thinking about things we may not otherwise think about in the busyness of life.
Raising a daughter can be challenging these days.
Contrary to what the culture might say, being a full-time mother is not settling for second best
I’m a Type-A person, and helping my girls make a dollhouse was not on my agenda for the day.
When Darlene Brock found out, at the age of 27, that she was pregnant she cried for a month.
One parent's trash is another child's treasure
Three lessons I learned on how not to be prepared for mommyhood.
A collection of lessons from parents who have been through the battle.
Being a mother requires faith, not fear.
Six lessons from Solomon's writings.
Stay-at-home mothering doesn't have to be so hard, and you don't have to do it alone. There are resources all around you to help you be the kind of mom you want to be.
We need to realize that emotions are a part of God’s image imbedded and imprinted within us.
The most important task had been missing from my to-do list.
To invest your time and best efforts into children and to watch them grow, develop, and excel is to be part of the creative majesty of life itself.
Yes, I was overcommitted and working my tail off for good, even great things. But why in the world was I doing this?
Some financial advice to help you re-orient your values and save money.
Becoming involved in your child’s friendships can mean taking on some interesting roles.
Suggestions for fostering creativity in your children.
Just because God promises us that all things work together for our good doesn’t mean all things are easy.
No mom is perfect, but if you're looking for a standard, I would encourage any mother to grow in these five areas.
How to keep from being burned-out by your full-time, stay-at-home-mom job.
The constant love of a mother becomes a bedrock of security for her children.
Ten ideas to help keep you sane during the exhausting, overwhelming years with young children.
Grandmothers share what they would do differently as young moms.
When is fear an appropriate response?
Do parents ever stop worrying about their children?
Is it a parent’s job to produce godly children or God’s?
Good parenting is hard work, and not always appreciated by your kids.
Author Leslie Leyland Fields exposes the myth that “children make you happy.”
On today's broadcast, popular author and speaker, Barbara Rainey, answers your most perplexing questions about parenting.
Do you sometimes feel like motherhood has you stuck in a rut somewhere between carpool and laundry?
Jill Rigby never dreamed she’d be parenting her twin boys alone.
Today Karen Loritts, a wife and mother of four grown children, shares ten practical ways to be a better mother.
Children can feel like the silent victims of a family move.
Are you raising wise children?
Mother of eight, Jennie Chancey, and mother of ten, Stacy McDonald, join award-winning author and speaker Dennis Rainey for today's broadcast.
Does motherhood leave you little time for ministry?
Donna Otto tells women to be the thermostat in their homes and not a thermometer.
Donna Otto encourages moms to be intentional in creating the home they've always dreamed of.
Donna Otto explains that home should be a safe place where God's work gets done.
Barbara Rainey answers mothers' curious questions.
Gary talks about the sobering realization that our kids are watching us 24/7 and mimicking what we do.
You're a parent, and you feel guilty.
Hear about the character-building circumstances of parenthood.
Learn how parenting erodes away our selfishness to make us more like Christ.