Articles Tagged 'Mom' (Page 3)

Compassion at Christmas

How can I change someone's life this Christmas?

Teresa Bell Kindred shares her experiences on adopting Reina through Compassion International and encourages others to do something similar.

Respect Your Mother!

How can we preserve the faith of future generations?

Phil Ware goes over the final principle of the seven principles taught to him by his dad, called Daddy Al, and he shares them with his children to leave a lasting legacy of faith.

A Little Washing

Getting a little bored, then try a little God-adventure!

Ron Rose reminds us to find the faith moments in our days and step off and let God lead us in a little adventure.

When I Get Big ...

What do you want your son be when you grow up?

Let's teach our sons to be fathers!

Gentle Moments

Are you taking advantage of the gentle moments?

Paul Faulkner reminds us to use the gentle quiet tuck-in times with our kids.

The Quiet Kingdom

Can you hear the Kingdom advancing?

Rubel Shelly talks about the kinds of ways the Kingdom of God grows and spreads, quietly, gently, in the faithful, every day actions of real people.

No Two Are Alike

No matter how different, each is important to the family!

Every child is different and important and special and we need to learn to appreciate each one for their uniqueness.

The Art of Kindergarten Identity

How special are you and why?

What will it take for us to realize our great value to God simply because he wants us to love him and be with him?

I Got God!

Who do you have in your journey through life?

Tammy is brought to a deeper realization of just how important God's faithfulness is to her through her journey through life with her son's cancer.

Martha's List

Whose list are you carrying?

So often we try to complete our list without involving Jesus or investing ourselves in what really matters.

Phone Call of Love

Have you heard this call lately?

Valentine's Day has us thinking about love, but the real love, even more than the love of a mother or a lover, is the love of Jesus for us.

A Moment

Will you be ready when your moment comes?

The national cheerleading championship reminds Tom about how so much of life comes down to that one crucial moment and how we perform it and he asks us if we are ready for our moment.

Fighting the Silent Disease

Can we really find a way of escape?

Sin, a form of spiritual cancer, can be defeated like physical cancer and this victory leaves us feeling excited and on top of the world, but we must work hard for the victory and God will help us.

Wiggling All Over

What in the world are you talking about wiggling and squirming?

Russ finds out about a grandbaby because of a sonogram and the baby is wiggling around all over the place and reminds us that life begins in the mind of God.

Old Warriors

What do you do to comfort those who lived through today so long ago?

Jerry visits and old warrior who cannot leave the battlefields of Normandy and can still remember as if it were yesterday leaving to go fight in World War II.

Mt. St. Kid

How can you tame a raging child volcano?

A kid who goes through a tantrum meltdown faces off with his mom who uses the scream free technique to help the child learn boundaries and not embarrass himself.

Scream Free Parenting

Can you truly parent without the loud volumes and the moments of being out of control?

Parenting can be done scream free, but not because we focus on our children, but because we focus on ourselves.

Forgiveness!

Will you tell them this important truth?

Like a mom, God forgives completely.

Mother

How can you truly describe her with mere words?

Mothers are the one constant in our continually changing lives.

Respecting Mom

Have you given her the respect and appreciation she deserves?

Moms are crucial to the outcome of nations because of the way they rear their child.

Rain Reminds Me of My Mother

Do you remember anyone when it rains?

Rain leaves this grown daughter to think about her mother and all that her mother means to her.

I Love You and I'm Sorry

What will you tell your mother today?

Rain leaves this grown daughter to think about her mother and all that her mother means to her.

The Ministry of Motherhood

What greater need when it is lacking and what greater blessing when present?

Faith is not heriditary, it is learned and nurtured, often my loving momthers who take motherhood seriously.

How Great the Father's Love!

Does any of the Father's love splash over and touch the people in your family?

Overhearing a questioning about loving children enough gets Sarah thinking about the need for meaningful touch, focused listening, and hanging around together.

Momma Dog's Brief Vacation

When was the last time you got away with a friend and the Father?

We all need to get away now and again and retreat into the quietness and grace of God for our renewal.