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For the Everyday Warriors We Call Mom

Even on the best days, parenting can feel like a herculean task. That’s where we come in. Whether you’re dealing with sleepless nights, toddler temper tantrums, or sibling rivalry, we have resources to give you fresh inspiration and encouragement.

10 Ways to Get Your Kids More Interested in Their Faith

Kids are very experientially-oriented. While they may be bored to tears if you try to talk them through the differences between Buddhism and Christianity, many would take interest in learning about Buddhism after actually visiting a Buddhist temple.

Why Kids Need Mean Moms

Call me crazy, but moms today are just too nice. They need a bit more meanness. No, I don't mean "mean" in the technical definition of being unkind or malicious. I don't think moms should be overly strict and hurtful, discouraging their children's hearts, stifling their creativity and controlling their God-given gifts.

The Intentional Mom

Being purposeful doesn’t mean taking everything super-seriously, it just means thinking about things we may not otherwise think about in the busyness of life.

Mothers of Preschoolers

We’ve all been placed in this time and place in history, as the tribe of women who are raising the world. And the beauty of it is that we don’t all have to agree with one another but everyone is in and we all need each other.

5 Ways to Become a Better Mom Today

You know, many times it’s not our children who have a hard time assuming new roles and responsibilities around the house—the problem lies with us. We don’t want to let go of the feeling of being needed and important.

The Blog of Trillia Newbell

Trillia Newbell is the author of Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves (2015) and United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity (2014). Her writings on issues of faith, family, and diversity have been published in the Knoxville News-Sentinel, Desiring God, True Woman, Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, and more.

The Blog of Nancy Guthrie

Nancy and her husband, David, have a twenty-something son, Matt, and have had two children, a daughter, Hope, and a son, Gabriel, who were born with a rare genetic disorder called Zellweger Syndrome and each lived six months.

The Website of Tricia Goyer

For more than a decade, author Tricia Goyer has drawn from her experiences as a teen mother and leader of today’s generation, to be a voice of hope and possibility for teen girls, pregnant teens, mothers and wives.

Motherhood Is a Calling

Motherhood is not a hobby, it is a calling. When you prioritize your children, you are publicly testifying that you value what God values and refuse to value what the world does.

Lysa TerKeurst

As president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, Lysa and her team have led thousands to make their walk with God an invigorating journey through daily online devotionals, radio programs, online Bible studies, speaker/writing training, and more.

Raising Kingdom Kids

o many parenting books today teach that if your kids do such-and-such than you are a success. But Tony Evans brings a refreshing message to all parents … your parenting success is not dependent on the fragile choices of your kids.

Adventures in Odyssey Club

The Adventures in Odyssey Club is an on-line membership experience where the great adventure awaits! Listen to the entire library of Adventures In Odyssey audio episodes, hear exclusive stories not available anywhere else and enjoy Web Quest activities.

Focus on the Family Magazine Subscription

Focus on the Family magazine is a marriage and parenting magazine that will help your family thrive in Christ. In this bimonthly publication, you'll find age-specific parenting advice, inspiring profiles, marriage tips, faith-based family activities, a

Erin MacPherson

My house is a mess, my kitchen chair is covered in glitter glue and I just stuffed an entire load of clean, dry laundry into a laundry basket without folding it. The last time I attempted a craft with my kids, it ended in a tempra-paint induced meltdown (from me, not my kids). I’m not particularly organized or style-savvy or discipline-wise.

Bringing Joy Back to Motherhood

If you're like many moms, you can rattle off your list of "failures." Tune in as Julie Barnhill, author of Motherhood: The Guilt That Keeps on Giving, offers encouragement to help overcome unreasonable expectations and find new joy in parenting.

MomLife Today - EVERY MOMent COUNTS!

I’ve never heard of a mother who doesn’t worry about her children. Some of us are obsessive worriers, others are a little less concerned, but all of us worry to some degree. It is just a part of a mother’s job description! When they are infants we worry whether they are seriously ill or just Continue »

The Journey of Motherhood

Encouragement for moms just like you




Dear Mom, you are might!

Uncovering Your Mom Personality (Part 1 of 2)

In a discussion based on her book (un)Natural Mom, Hettie Brittz outlines the four main personality types of moms, unpacks the positive and negative traits of each, and explains how a mom can have a thriving relationship with her children by harmonizing her personality type with theirs. (Part 1 of 2)

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