Is it possible to thrive in the mundane -- when being a mom is hard? Author Liz Wann talks rest, critical camaraderie, & making disciples in simple moments.
Is motherhood stripping you clean? Author Liz Wann knows the pain of reaching limits. Here's how being a mom both tears us down & rebuilds us like Jesus.
When it comes to raising kids -- what if perfection isn't the goal? Dave and Ann Wilson dive into the monumental task of parenting kids right here, right now.
Learning how to parent can feel part adventure, part battle, part dumpster fire. Dave & Ann Wilson have your back with solid advice & practical application.
Feeling like a bad mom? Author Heather MacFadyen explores motives & emotions fueling your actions & judgments so you can lean toward the mom you long to be.
Grappling with responsibility & even failure as a mom over how your kids are turning out? Author Heather MacFadyen knows your anxiety -- and how to deal.
Stuck feeling defeated as a mom? Don't go it alone! Author Heather MacFadyen shows how you can be foster key relationships with God, others, & your kids to be the mom you want to be.
As a pastor's wife with five kids and a job outside the home, Shannon Simmons knows how difficult it is to be a working mom. She describes her daily routine, and gives biblical perspective on the challenges working moms face.
Wishing for an exit strategy--or just some soul care--in the wear and worry of motherhood? Author Maggie Combs offers strategies when you're feeling starved.
Has motherhood left you lonely? Author Maggie Combs offers solutions when you long for relationshipâ€"and long to be known.
Suffocating under the weight of mom guilt? Author Maggie Combs gives her true confessions of motherhood and the "rules" moms struggle beneath -- and how to seize their freedom.
Courtney Reissig talks about the emotional aftermath of her high-risk labor and delivery story. She shares about the faithfulness of God and how she walked the difficult road of recovery.
Mary Kassian grew up believing she could do anything boys could do, and the feminist movement confirmed that. Kassian shares how submission to Christ affirms a woman's identity and gives her strength from within.
Josh and Christi Straub encourage parents to share their journey of faith with their children and to disciple them in the fruit of the Spirit. They remind couples that discipleship requires teamwork.
Monica Swanson talks about the importance of spiritually discipling sons. She encourages parents to be purposeful about incorporating God's Word into their children's daily lives.
Monica Swanson talks about the challenges and joys of raising boys. She shares some thoughts about helping children find their identity in Christ.
Monica Swanson, a mother to four sons, remembers how overwhelmed she felt when her boys were young. Swanson gives her best tips for raising boys while keeping your sanity.
When fear and anxiety threaten to take control of how I parent my children, I remind myself of four truths.
Wife and mom, Kay Wills Wyma, talks about the stress our kids often feel to achieve and how achievement doesn't have to be the boss of them when they know who they are and whose they are in Christ.
Does life feel overwhelming? Author and mother of five, Kay Wills Wyma, encourages listeners to find perspective and freedom by being overwhelmed with the truth instead.
Here’s to our mothers. Thanks for letting us see you struggle, ask for help, and never give up on the ones you love.
I see you, single mom. I know you’re out there and you may be struggling today on Mother's Day. You deserve this day the most.
While we might relate to the laundry list of women pressures, we have to be honest about why working moms and our husbands believe them.
Making responsible, though not always fun, parenting decisions pays dividends and yields goodness that lasts well beyond the moment.
Making memories, passing on our faith to the next generation, is what our moments are made of. I try to focus on fully living in every single one.
One of the greatest lessons motherhood is teaching me is that I cannot do it alone. Baby showers remind us of the help we need from family and friends.
What if our generation of moms decided to love the mom bods we’ve got? Motherhood puts a glow on any woman! It’s a look that’s well worth the wear.
My kid's birthday party means I include and find commonalities with nearly total strangers. And it’s a really beautiful thing.
Heidi St. John delves into her own past, and tells how the discouraging words from her parents haunted her once she began her own family. She also shares how the Great Healer worked in her to help her truly forgive.
Moms today have enough on their plates without adding unnecessary drama to the list.
How do we treat ourselves well while also remembering that God cares more about our hearts? Can we keep our hearts pure but also enjoy fashion?
Guilt doesn’t freshen us and give life—it suffocates us and takes more than we have to give.
When my youngest started preschool, I took my first job outside the home in nearly 10 years. I was frazzled, guilt-ridden, and late everywhere I went.
September McCarthy talks about the challenges and joys of motherhood. September reminds us that children are made to be received and later released.
September McCarthy's first pregnancy ended in miscarriage, and their second child also died shortly after birth. God used those transforming moments to show her the sacred in the suffering and to change her heart.
Eryn Lynum tells how the gift of a jar of at her son's baby dedication transformed her family's life by keep them intentionally focused on the importance of each passing day.
Eryn Lynum was given a jar of 936 pennies at her infant son's dedication. Each penny represented a week she would never get back, so she tells how she started parenting intentionally.
Pretty much everyone has an opinion on "mommy wine culture." Here's a few factors to consider if you're thinking about sipping a glass.
Kid-free trips either alone or with girlfriends is an idea I can get behind.
Having another mom who’s already been through both the calm and rough waters of your current stage in life can be a beautiful gift from God. Here are some suggestions for finding that kind of mentor.
Facing the upcoming birth of our first baby has caused me to struggle with my change in identity … but perhaps it isn’t a “new” identity after all.
We all want connection with our daughters, but when we become overly close, it can hinder their transition to adulthood.
Sincere love and an emotional haven are worth so much more than a perfect house and a gourmet meal.
When I'm in a hurry, I tend to plow over my children.
Looking back on my life, I have found one of the most helpful ways to gain perspective on your current situation is to see life in terms of seasons.
There is no such thing as a superhero mother. Here’s how to stop trying to do it all and start learning to be you.
Truly excelling as a mom is not about showing our kids how amazing we are, but how much we need Jesus.
The definition of the word mean is to be unkind or malicious. But a good mean mom defines the word quite a bit differently.