motherhood

How to Parent with Grace

Want to practice grace filled parenting? These five thought-provoking principles will help you put biblical motherhood into practice in a healthy, purposeful way! This post was first published on April 22, 2013. Updated October 10, 2019. When it comes to parenting and child-training, it’s easy to quantify how we’re doing by the results we’re getting: […] Read more…

How to find time for Bible study and have a stronger devotional life as a busy mom!

5 Days to a Stronger Devotional Life eCourse

Having a stronger devotional life and finding time to read the Bible isn’t impossible, even when you’re a very busy mom and life seems crazy! Our 5 Days to a Stronger Devotional Life free Mini eCourse will address some of the common frustrations we have as moms when it comes to finding time for God’s Word […] Read more…

11 Bible verses for girls about having confidence

11 Bible Verses for Girls That Will Inspire Confidence

How to raise a confident Christian daughter, with guidance from Scripture to make them strong and find their confidence in Jesus! As a mom of two daughters (currently 4 and 10), it’s been on my heart over the past few months to find Bible verses for girls that would speak specifically to them both as […] Read more…

How to Talk to Your Kids About Being Thankful (When It Seems Like They Always are Complaining)

Does it ever feel like you’re constantly telling your kids to stop complaining? As a Christian parent, do you share Bible verses with them in the hopes that they will see how important it is to always be thankful and grateful and never grumble again….but it doesn’t seem to work? :) I think sometimes we can […] Read more…

How to Respond Graciously When Our Kids Misbehave in Public

The blowout happened the same day the meltdown happened. I was wrangling all four children under the age of seven through Target, trying desperately to grab as many items as I could before the newborn needed to be fed and the 5 year old said “I’m hungry!” one more time. Then I innocently told the […] Read more…

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31 Day Back to School Prayer Calendar for Moms

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…

7 Encouraging Bible Verses for Worn-Out Moms

Do you sometimes wake up in the morning feeling weary, resigned to another difficult day? Or go to bed at night tired physically and emotionally, your energy completely spent? So many of my days begin and end this way. Though I know God wants me to recognize my abundant blessings and not believe the lie I […] Read more…

On the days you feel like a failure as a mom, remember this

When is the last time you focused on something you did right as a mom? Not just “I kept everybody alive today” or “no one burned down the house this week” but “I did ____ to encourage my children” or “I helped my child ____”. If you’re anything like me, it’s probably been awhile since you’ve allowed yourself […] Read more…

The Biggest Lie I Believed About Motherhood

There’s a damaging mindset I’ve been struggling with in regards to motherhood. It’s played itself over and over in my mind at different times during the past decade….and it’s hard to make it stop. It’s a nagging thought that sneaks into my mind late at night, when I can’t sleep. Or during a difficult day, […] Read more…

5 Things to Say to a Discouraged Child

How can you biblically encourage your children when they’re feeling sad or frustrated? Here are five powerful things to say to your discouraged child. As my kids are growing older (we have a 10 and 7 year old as well as a 4 and 2 year old), there have been more and more situations where […] Read more…

12 Scriptures for Moms in the New Year

As we approach a new year, we’re usually thinking of ways to change ourselves and become a better ______ (mom, wife, friend, blogger)–you name it, I’ve thought of it and you probably have too! Perhaps some Scriptural encouragement could go a long way in showing us that though I have found some ways to start […] Read more…

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