Category Archives: mothers

Living Worship Starts With “L”/A new series for moms of young’uns






Every Friday, I’m going to unfold a brief summary of my thoughts on living worship as it pertains to moms with young kids. It’ll be a few thoughts to jumpstart your own thinking on the subject. But what do I … Continue reading




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Sand Through the Hourglass by Tara McClenahan, iBloom Christian Mommy Mentor






Moms of kids 0 to 10 will want to be a part of this FREE teleconference: The Overwhelmed Mom: Christian Parenting in the Chaos of Everyday Life




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Let Him Do The Math






My daughter struggles with Math. I see so much of myself in her as we work from one problem to the next during homework time. It’s not so much that she doesn’t grasp the concept as it is forgetting it … Continue reading




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Stuff I Love About My Son






Last night, my son came home from being on a 10-day missions trip to Chicago. I dare say he came home changed, yet still the same kind of wonderful. Absence didn’t make my heart grow fonder of him, it couldn’t … Continue reading




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God's Poster Child






“Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name; you are Mine.” Isaiah 43:1b One night, while talking to another mom at a sporting event, our tongues got a little loose while we chatted—especially mine. Free-flying … Continue reading




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