Devotions for Moms

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How to Make a Bible Study Basket

Create your own Bible study basket for a productive devotional time, even as a busy mom!  Here are three super important tips for making a Bible devotional or study basket and choosing a spot for your study materials so you’ll remember to do your Bible study each day. Having a strong and effective devotional life […] Read more…

7 Must-Read Books for Christian Moms

These seven must-read books for Christian moms address some of the deepest and hardest issues about Christian motherhood. They will give you a new perspective, help you focus on what is eternally important, and create long-term change in your life and the life of your family. Put these books about motherhood on your Christian reading […] Read more…

31 days of school year prayers for your children devotional

31 Days of School Year Prayers for Your Children Devotional!

How wonderful would it feel to have confidence and peace about the school year ahead?  Your child is in God’s hands, and although it isn’t always easy to “let go and let God”, we can know for certain that His Word says it is true! He tells us that he’ll never leave or forsake your […] Read more…

Lessons from the Movies: “The Incredibles” and Our Faith

“The Incredibles” movie is rather old and probably most of us have seen it, right?  The only reason I ended up watching it this particular time was because my almost 10 year old daughter had a fever and was home from school. See, God turns bad situations to good and we can always find something […] Read more…

The Little-Known Biblical Habit That Helps You Overcome Anxiety

A simple, biblical way for Christian women to overcome anxiety using this daily practice. It began in earnest the moment I woke up. The tumbling feeling in my stomach that felt more like rocks in a dryer instead of butterflies. Anxiety welled up within my mind and heart–something had to be wrong. The night before, […] Read more…

15 Bible Verses for Strength in Tough Times

The diagnosis was devastating and yet not unexpected. My grandmother had been sick for a long time, but because she never wanted to go to the doctor, her symptoms puzzled us all for almost a year. Then, finally, an answer. Pancreatic cancer. Death would come within months. She had lived a long and blessed life….but […] Read more…

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