More than anything else on Father’s Day and every day, your husband needs your support of his authority as a father.
9 of the most effective ways to influence your children for Christ.
From a dear reader: I will be honest. When April released her new book, The Peaceful Mom, I didn’t want to read it. As a mom of a special needs child and 2 other children, I do the “mom” thing all day long. I didn’t want to read about it in my quiet time too.… Continue reading “Your Book Has the Wrong Title” – a Guest Post
Photo by Drew Hays on Unsplash A guest post by one of my readers, Cheryl. I’m so thankful she is willing to share some of the things she has learned on the tough road she and her husband and family have shared. Honestly, they are pearls of wisdom for all of us! As we sat in… Continue reading Wisdom for Wives Who Are Moms of Kids with Special Needs – by Cheryl
Do you wish you could be a more peaceful mom in every day situations? This quiz is for you!
I believe God can and will give each family the wisdom they need for each of their children at every stage about what kind of schooling works best for them. And I know that things can change for different children and families depending on many factors. So I am not going to advocate that all… Continue reading 13 Keys to Peace for Moms with Kids in Public School Today
Some acted out examples of how to respond to our children in ways that model self-control, gentleness, love, patience, and respect while we teach, correct, and discipline them… In Christ, it is possible to be a peaceful mom! Merry Christmas! <3 A 4 minute video: https://youtu.be/byep81ZvAKc
When God opened my eyes 8 years ago to all the yucky motives in my heart concerning my marriage – I began studying godly femininity, biblical womanhood, what it meant to be a Christian wife, and God’s design for marriage. My primary focus was to be right with God, to get rid of any sinful… Continue reading Respecting My Children?
I talked last week about how I am much more inclined to DO things than to “relax.” I was thinking about that. And – I may need to clarify. Greg’s definition of relaxing is to cuddle together and watch TV. Talking is not necessary. So – when I say I am not good at relaxing,… Continue reading How Do You Purposely RELAX and Focus on ENJOYING Your Family?
When I was a child, I remember telling my parents (multiple times) that “no one” liked me at school. My Daddy would sing an enthusiastic chorus of “Nobody likes me, everybody hates me, I’m gonna eat some worms. Big, fat juicy ones. Little, skinny, tiny ones. I’m gonna eat some worms.” I knew that meant… Continue reading Helping Our Children Take Their Thoughts Captive for Christ