When Sarah Hull learned that her first baby would be born with Spina Bifida, her doctor cautioned her, “God did not deal you a good hand.” Sarah and her family have been put in a world that not all get to experience, a world where patience is tested, where miracles are witnessed, and strength is gained. Through it all, she’s realized God dealt her a GREAT hand.
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Strengthen your relationship with your child by using the “as if” principle as taught by Jesus Christ.
Motherhood is a challenge. We have difficult moments, even difficult days; but now the sunset is a constant reminder to me that I’ve made it one more day and that He is there helping me out.
Before I became a mother, I viewed myself as a reasonably intelligent and capable person. That idea changed quickly when my son was born.
Miracles and Moments of Grace is a compilation of stories from women of all walks of life who all have something in common: they are all mothers. The author, Nancy Kennedy, has done a beautiful job at recording and collecting stories of hope, love, hardship, joy, worry, or as we could simply say, motherhood. We’re giving away 5 copies!
When author Heather Craw gave birth to preterm twins after a very complicated pregnancy, she realized that the fears and worries she felt during that difficult time were actually a form of love.
When her son was born prematurely and had to spend several weeks in the NICU, author Cheryl Cardall relied on God and learned a powerful lesson that has stayed with her in the years since.
Through a fist-full of weeds, I learned of God’s absolute, never-ending love for me.
How can we find time to connect with our fellow men and with our God in the midst of the busyness of motherhood? Author Sarah Ibbetson shares some ideas for simple, spiritual habits we can make part of our daily lives in order to more consistently spend time with God.
During Passover, we retell the ancient story of the Exodus. It’s an old story, brimming with metaphors and themes. But the one that always speaks to me as a mother is the one I crunch into with the matzah:When the time comes, you don’t have to be totally prepared. You just take what you have and go.
This year, I’m discovering that Lent isn’t really about going without something, but about handing off something.