Do you want more of Jesus? When we encounter Christ, our lives are utterly transformed, but in a weary world, with hearts in distress, we often settle for mere longing for more of Him, instead of His real presence. But He is here fully today, sweet one. Come and discover Him with us.
What consumes your life, mamas? No matter where you are today, no matter how mature you are in the faith, no matter how awesome or hard life is...God's heart for us is the same. Discover his hope and peace for you today!
Can you imagine letting your child go? The transition from diapering and feeding to launching and releasing our children is messy. It is a dance between wisdom and worry, discernment and surrender, fear and peace. As moms, we must remember adulthood isn't their final destination- heaven is-and that changes everything. Let the truth of eternity shape the perspective of how you mother today.
Do you have too much stuff getting in the way of your parenting? Sometimes our purpose and effectiveness can be lost in our desire to craft, collect, and create. Refocus with us today on what matters the very most.
Do you feel like the story of your life, or of your child’s life has already been written with an ending that makes your heart ache? God doesn’t ever stop the work of wooing us, so we must not give up our hope!
Motherhood can make us feel like everything depends on us. We must do it all and we must do it well. But we were never called to be perfect! We were called to surrender our lives to God. Come discover the beauty of what He designed for your life and enter an amazing giveaway too!
We all want our children to know and walk with God. But how do we lead them? Building spiritual disciplines into our own lives is the bet way to start- here are four that you can't miss making a part of your daily rhythms.
Sometimes as moms, what our kids say serve as the best mirror of our own hearts. Do you struggle with knowing what to say, how to say it, or when to say nothing at all? Join us for a season of learning together how to guard our words and use them well!