With Mothers Day approaching, I reached out to Julie Lavender. Besides being a wonderful model for mothers and grandmothers, Julie has two books I know you’ll want to check out. Following Julie’s inspiring ideas are some resources for parents of prodigals. Now Julie…Continue Reading
“How do I compete with the commercialization of Easter?” A tear slid down Mary’s cheek. “I want my kids to be as excited about Jesus as they are about hunting Easter eggs.”
Mary’s struggle to share the truth about Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection with her three young children is real. And she’s not alone.Continue Reading
Who is today’s single mom? Let me introduce you.
Harmony. The word reminds us of pleasant music and happy relationships. Today, friend and author Karen Whiting introduces her new book Growing a Mother’s Heart and offers tips on how to teach our children how to live in harmony with one another.
Moms love it when their children play in harmony and get along. When fights disrupt the peace, or they resist cooperating with rules and family life, strife abounds. Paul urged the family of God, the people in Philippi, to live in harmony and provided some keys for that.Continue Reading