Articles Tagged 'Mother' (Page 3)

Unveiling of Legacy

What will you have to pass on to your children and grandchildren?

Ron Rose shares with us about legacy, faith, children, grandchildren, funerals, and the real inheritance we need to set aside for those who come after us.

Woman Behold Your Son

What's a mom supposed to do in a time like this?

Sarah Stirman shares insight stirred by her son's second injury to his ankle and it reminds her of Mary's sacrifice at the cross.

Woman Behold Your Son

What can we learn about family at the cross?

Phil Ware continues his series on the 7 sayings of Jesus at the cross and reminds us how Jesus values his mother, widows, and the grieving.

Based on an Idea of Mine

What is your major accomplishment?

Alan Smith tells us of the developer of the laser and how he doesn't claim any sense of achievement because he wasn't the one who designed the ultimate final use.

How to Survive a Bear Attack

This is no joking matter when you are in the bear's woods!

Phil Ware talks about bear attacks in Alaska and also how Satan attacks us and reminds us that Jesus is our assurance that we are never alone when we are attacked and he has worked to defend us.

What Difference Would It Make?

What can one woman do in a life so hard?

Rubel Shelly shares a story about a little boy who was powerfully impacted for good by a neighbor lady.

When the New Babies Require Extra Care

How do grandparents deal with multiple multiples?

Janet Colbrunn shares her experiences as a grandparent to multiple multiples.

God on eBay?

You can find God in the most unusual of places!

Lisa Mikitarian shares with us an experience she had buying New Balance shoes on eBay and how the seller blessed her life in a special way.

Opposite Day

How can I turn it around with my kids?

Jenny Runkel shares an experience with her parenting that took her outside the normal ScreamFree process and how she did the opposite of what she felt like doing to get back on track.

Finding Beauty

So where can you go to find beautiful things?

Lisa Mikitarian shares some thoughts on motherhood and finding beauty and overcoming the nature of pop-culture.

When the Sun Sets on Seno-Baani

What can African women teach a modern theological student?

Christine Villas shares insights on how a trip to Africa changed her opinion of all women.

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.

Leaving a Legacy of Faith

What can we really leave our children?

Paul Faulkner talks about four gifts that we can give our children to pass on to them a living legacy.

Kids Say the Most Important Things!

What have children said to you lately?

Ron Rose shares a precious story about a granddaughter who had such faith in the middle of her surgery and the surgeon who was asked to find Jesus.

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.

To Know This Love That Surpasses Knowledge

What can top a mother's honor?

BooMama shares her insight into the privilege of raising a son, a child, that God has given her to train in His ways.

Never Too Late

How do you know there is still time to make a difference?

Paul Faulkner reminds us that it's never too late to make a difference in the lives of our family members if we will start today.

Hand-Me-Downs

Have you worn your cousin's best?

Mary Anne Brannon shares memories of her childhood and the hand-me-downs and hand sewn clothes from her mother that were all made with love.

Be Intentional about What Matters Most

What is really most important in your family?`

Paul Faulkner reminds us that we have to be intentional or what we view as important gets lost in the busyness of life.

When Tragedy Strikes

Where is God in the middle of these tragedies?

Larry Davies shares a hard and horrible story of tragedy and asks where God is and helps walk us through Isaiah 43 and shows how it reflects the presence of God in our worst times through the people of God who help.

I'm Sorry, Butt ...

When is I'm sorry not an apology?

Hal Runkel reminds us that we can issue an apology and actually use it to beat up someone else in the process by transferring the focus of the guilt from ourselves to someone else and this is fake and mean and bullying.

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.

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.

The Best Gifts

Are you still trying to buy love at Christmas?

Priceless memories that you make with those you love are far more valuable and enduring gifts than anything you can purchase with money.