One Thing is Necessary by Kassie Prather
This article originally appeared on The Dwelling Place, and is used with permission.
Kassie Prather is a once-Southern New Englander who found herself at the juncture between perfectionism and grace. She has a particular fondness for lightning bugs, confetti, fresh bread, and dead authors. She is married to church planter Riley. She works from home (and sometimes the coffee shop). She blogs at The Dwelling Place.
How to Embrace Motherhood Without Losing Your Identity by Christi Straub
I always hated the inevitable new-baby question from well meaning friends and strangers alike: “Is she a good baby?” It infers that some babies are inherently good and others are inherently bad. “Well, she’s not a bad baby,” I’d respond. “But she is difficult.” I’ve learned there are two basic categories of babies: easy and difficult. For some reason, the good Lord gave Josh and I two of the latter. Likely, to keep us humble. Very humble.
Mentoring as a Mama with Arlene Pellicane–Podcast by Chrystal Evans Hurst
Are you struggling to effectively love and lead your children? Do you desire to consistently and appropriately discipline and disciple your babies? Do you wonder if you can be both your child’s parent and pal? What do God and the Bible have to say about parenting?
10 Unique Mother’s Day Gifts That Give Back by Compassion International
How do you express to your mom how much you love her? Tell your wife what an incredible mother she is to your children? Mother’s Day is a great opportunity to provide the women in our lives with tangible expressions of love. But what if there was a way you could do that while also tapping into the real heartbeat of a mom — helping other moms.
I Want to Run Away by Lysa TerKeurst
You want to know one of the worst feelings in the world to me? Feeling stuck. Stuck in a situation where I can’t see things getting better. I look at the next 5 minutes, 5 hours, 5 days, and all I see are the same hard things being repeated over and over and over.