Motherhood, with its joy and toil, is a useful instrument in God's hand for our sanctification. And yet the Word of God remains the primary means of God's work in us (John 17:17).
Mothers of the Bible Series
We are tracing the Bible story-line and looking for glimpses of grace in the lives biblical mothers from Eve to Mary. SEE HERE
Good News Friday!
Good News Friday is a weekly blog series that reminds us of the sufficiency of Scripture for our encouragement in whatever we face. Click HERE for some good news!
A Tree Planted by Streams of Water: A Busy Mom's Unhurried Time with God
There is therefore now no condemnation for those in Christ who don't read their Bibles everyday. But this news should never excuse us from our labor in the Word--instead, it ought to motivate us towards it. Read HERE.
Pinterest vs. Scripture: Hospitality That Looks Like Jesus
Scripture's vision of hospitality moves beyond the letter to the heart of the Law and it is something we cannot do without the supernatural empowerment of the Spirit. READ
Two Sisters: Different Personalities, the Same Gospel
If my husband and I reduce the gospel to mere obedience, we tempt our natural “law-keeper” with the false gospel of moralism. On the other hand, if we excuse (and even praise) the bold autonomy of our youngest as “budding leadership,” we dangle the false gospel of self-fulfillment in her eyes. READ
Secondary Infertility: Trusting God when Pregnancy Stops
Both motherhood and the desire for more children have proven to be useful instruments in God’s hands, dissecting and revealing my heart. As I kneel today to pray for a third child, here are three truths that resound. Read HERE
Helping Children See Christ in Scripture
He bestows His riches without distinction on all who call on him. This means that, everyone (even fidgety children and with busy moms) can take in the goodness of God’s glorious gospel. Read HERE
Never on Pause
Unpaid work can be useful to God’s purpose of bringing “unity to all things in heaven and on earth under Christ” (Eph. 1:10). In every season of life, we are participants in God’s eschatological work of making all things new. We are never "on pause." READ
What Does It Mean for a Mom to Have Freedom in Christ?
We’re Christians on our way to an eternal home, we live in the wilderness years between the already but not yet. So momma, what does it mean to have freedom in Christ today? Read HERE.
After Childhood Abuse, How Can I Trust Others with My Kids?
We live in a post-Genesis 3 world in which children are exploited. Russell Moore states in his book, Tempted and Tried: The canon of scripture shows us tracks of blood from the very edge of Eden outward ...Here, my heart remembers the God who follows bloody tracks. Read full article HERE.