The Most Important Gift of Motherhood

By Robyn McKelvy | May 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Robyn McKelvy Our children are called gift, reward, and blessing as Scripture defines them. Children are given from God and we nurture them, we encourage them, and we desire greatness for them as they grow and mature.  We give much of the hours of our own lives away to equip our children to live up […]

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How to Overcome Mom Guilt

By Susan Yates | April 27, 2017 | 1 Comment

I am the worst mother in the world. I feel so guilty all the time. I know better but I just can’t live up to the picture of the mom I know God wants me to be and that I want to be! What can I do? Please help me!  This note from a friend […]

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Be It Ever So Humble

By Hannah Anderson | January 26, 2017 | 7 Comments

Every mom needs to read this. In fact, every woman needs to hear the lessons Hannah has learned and shares in this post and in her book, Humble Roots. I promise you will identify with her in the opening paragraphs. Hannah did what I did not. She took the words of Jesus, “Come unto me […]

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Dear Woman, You Matter

By Barbara Rainey | January 9, 2017 | 12 Comments

A post in the Your Home Matters Series Opening an old journal I found on the shelf I found these words in my handwriting: “I really wanted to go to the meetings this morning, but here I am in our apartment being a mother. Mothering doesn’t stop. Their needs don’t stop. Sick kids can’t be […]

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When Your Kids Drive You Crazy With Too Many Questions

By Barbara Rainey | September 19, 2016 | 4 Comments

What is hair made from? Do lizards go to heaven? Why do we stop at red lights? Who’s your mom’s mom? Why do I have to tell Jesus what I did wrong when He already knows? In our house with six kids, a menagerie of outside pets, and two often exhausted parents, our kids’ questions […]

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