Fetal Cells Cross Placenta, Stay With Pregnant Mom for Life

| December 14, 2011

Another amazing study on the benefits of pregnancy: According to Krulwich there is increasing evidence that “when a woman has a baby, she gets not just a son or daughter, [but] an army of protective cells – gifts from her children that will stay inside her and defend her for the rest of her life.” […]

Motherhood is Application

| October 10, 2011

Excellent insight from Rachel Jankovic: The good news is, you don’t need to have been through some elite mother’s training camp to apply the gospel in your life. You need to believe. Trust God, give thanks. Laugh. Believe — and that will feed your children. Rest in God, and your children will learn to. Extend […]

Calling ALL Older Women

| August 15, 2011

More from Sarah Mae: Older women, we need you! We need you to come alongside us to teach us and to help us. Many women feel like they are drowning – can you lend a hand? Is there a mom of little ones in your church or neighborhood you can help? How about a family […]

THOSE Mornings…days…weeks…months…

| August 15, 2011

From Sarah Mae at Like a Warm Cup of Coffee It is okay to feel overwhelmed and crazy sometimes, because that’s just life (and life with little ones sure brings out the ugly in this mama’s heart). It’s not okay to act as though they are the problem; my sweet babies who were born with […]

Through Fiery Trials

| August 9, 2011

Here is a wonderfully encouraging little message from Michelle at She Looketh Well for those of you who may be going through trials. I pray you are blessed as I was. Click here to listen.

Encouragement and Exhortation for Young Mothers from an Older Woman

| August 5, 2011

From Michelle at “She Looketh Well” : I suspect you might poo-poo what I am writing to you about because I did for years. I always had to do and do and do. I wasn’t doing enough. I was selfish or lazy. Learning all I have about our health, namely our adrenal glands, I now […]

Calm in a Storm: How to Stay Peaceful While Childrearing

| August 5, 2011

From Lea Ann Garfias over at LAF: I have not always felt “quiet confidence” in rearing little dynamos.  To the contrary, I was fairly certain my first toddler was destined for juvie.  He began several mornings in a row by shaking his little fist in my face, declaring, “I will not obey you today, Mommy!”  […]

Remember the Little Things

| August 4, 2011

Important reminders from my sister Clara:  It’s so easy to rush through them in an effort to get to “the things that matter”. We hurry the kids through breakfast so  we can “get on with the day”; we count down the minutes til naptime so we can “get something done” while they sleep. We tell […]

Motherhood as a Mission Field

| August 4, 2011

An excellent reminder from Rachel Jankovic: If you are a Christian woman who loves the Lord, the gospel is important to you. It is easy to become discouraged, thinking that the work you are doing does not matter much. If you were really doing something for Christ you would be out there, somewhere else, doing […]

Life with Littles

| August 4, 2011

More wisdom and encouragement from KimC: The easy answer is that I got through the days one at a time. Anyone can run a house with 6 little ones for a day, right?  Just one day?  All it takes is 3 meals (2 if you cheat or run so late that breakfast turns into brunch), […]