Lost and Found: Truth Shows the Way

By Barbara Rainey | July 4, 2022 | 2 Comments

Note from Barbara: This is the first in a series of posts taken from my book, Growing Together in Truth. These stories are designed to read individually or as a family. May you and your family always live according to God’s truth. And may your knowledge of the truth lead each of you to actions […]

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Motherhood Is a Ministry

By Barbara Rainey | June 13, 2022 | 6 Comments

Note from Barbara: Last month The Joyful Life magazine ran an interview with me and I was able to talk about a number of topics relevant to young wives and moms. The following is an excerpt from that interview; you can read the entire interview here. What is one thing younger mothers struggle with today […]

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A Prayer for Your Children and Grandchildren … if You Dare

By Barbara Rainey | June 6, 2022 | 3 Comments

In my seminary class on the doctrines of our faith, our professor Dr. John Hannah told a story of how he prayed for his girls when they were growing up. “I used to pray for their safety and their protection,” he said. “Then one day I realized what God would have me pray is for […]

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The Barbara Rainey Podcast: A Mother’s Legacy

By Barbara Rainey | April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

As Mother’s Day approaches, I thought it fitting to share this conversation with our daughter, Ashley, on our podcast today. While this particular conversation was recorded several years ago, the things we discussed are definitely still relevant today! We talk about when we understood what leaving a legacy meant to each of us, about feeling […]

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3 Ways to Teach Your Children to Understand and Express Their Emotions

By Barbara Rainey | March 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

This is the conclusion of a two-part series on the importance of emotional security in your children. Read part one here. When you welcomed your first child into the world, if someone had asked you, “How will you teach this child about their emotions?” how would you have answered? I would have stared back wordlessly […]

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