Ministry

The One Thing Another Mom Needs From You, Right Now

I am a spectator, watching the battle take place. I am a fighter, allowing myself to get pulled into the fray. I am a part of the mommy wars. You are too. There is a part of me that wants to believe the so-called “mommy wars” are made up by those too highly sensitive to take criticism. And […] Read more…

5 ways to raise mission minded kids

5 Ways to Raise Mission Minded Kids

“Mom, can I go on a missions trip?” This question came from my 10 year old son after hearing a presentation in church from some congregation members who had been in the Czech Republic for two weeks. After hearing about how they taught VBS and participated in service projects, he was very eager to hop on the […] Read more…

Hope for the Mom Who Has Had an Abortion

Welcome to 31 Days of Hope for Moms! To see all the posts in the series, click here! Today’s post is a powerful testimony from my dear friend Sarah at My Joy-Filled Life. She is a mother, like many others, who has gone through an abortion. Here is her redemption story. Half of pregnancies among American […] Read more…

My One Word for 2014 and the Only New Year’s Resolution I’m Making

I despise the word “resolution”. Not because of the meaning. In fact, I love how Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines this word: “Fixed purpose or determination of mind; as a resolution to reform our lives; a resolution to undertake an expedition.” The reason I don’t like it is probably because I fail miserably at “resolving”, “being resolved” or keeping […] Read more…

TWR360 – Christian Radio Programs Online and All in One Place!

Do you listen to Christian radio online? I have to admit I never had any interest in “talk radio” growing up, although I remember my dad listening to it constantly at his mechanic shop while he worked. Now as a busy mom, I’m seeing the value in having Christian messages and podcasts going in the […] Read more…

Bringing TRUE Friendship to Light

Post by contributor Ashley from This Southern Girl’s Heart. A friend asked me the other night how long had I been a Christian. Then she shared her precious testimony and she didn’t judge when I told her mine. Thank you Lord for precious friends. I am learning that NOW, in my life, REAL friends are starting […] Read more…

From Devastation to Hope, on World Cancer Day

Just this afternoon, my husband and I received word that a member of our church family has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Last year a good friend’s son, who was 12 months old at the time, was diagnosed with leukemia. Praise the Lord that he is in remission, but many many people, including children, fight […] Read more…

Because Christians Don’t Have all the Answers {My Thoughts on the Newtown Tragedy}

  Newtown, Connecticut. This image portrays a picturesque view of a peaceful northeastern town. We grieved as we saw this peaceful picture shattered last Friday, when 20 children and 6 adults were mercilessly gunned down, their lives ended without cause.   What has come of our world? we cry. Our spirits are crushed. Where was God? […] Read more…

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