Proverbs is sprinkled with many insights about how a woman is to walk, and what womanly behavior is precious or repugnant to God. Check out these pieces of wisdom outside the beloved Chapter 31!
Humility and patience go hand and hand. When we grasp the goodness of God's love toward us, we can reflect that love to our children, enduring the pains of parenthood with grace.
Cultivating humility draws us closer to Him. By cherishing His supreme role in our lives, we learn more and more about His grace, depend deeper on His promises, and find endless reasons to glorify Him.
True womanhood is not snagging the highest-paying job, being the cover of a magazine, or the loud march for independence, as our society tell us. It is selfless love from abiding in Christ, love that blesses our families, churches, and communities.
Spring is such a sweet time of year, because it physically brings to mind the new life God has given us in Christ! Celebrate this season with your family with these three ideas.
If Christ is your Savior and Lord, the Holy Spirit is present and ready to revive your mothering for God’s glory. He is ready to overflow truth, grace, and love into your home as well as the lives of your children, and this verse explains why.
As busy moms, we can fly through our to-do list without pausing to reflect on its heavenly purpose. Here's a look at 7 amazing promises from Jesus in Revelation that give higher meaning to our motherly call.
Creatively journaling Scripture is a win-win-win; it enables one to rest, refresh, and remember God’s Word in a tangible and hands-on form. Once or twice a week a busy woman can sit down, break out her crafting supplies, forget about the world, and meditate on a particular verse or passage, expressing her worship of God with a visible and heart-filled creation.
Job rose up early. As the sky drifted from black to indigo to warm yellow light, he diligently constructed altars for each of his children, bringing sacrifices of worship on their behalf. The crisp fresh day his backdrop, Job asked Yahweh to watch his sons and daughters, to purify them, to make them right before… Continue reading A Prayer for My Daughter
I once thought that passing exams at Cornell University was my toughest challenge in life, but a few weeks after the birth of Amariah I had to seriously reconsider. Nurturing new life requires stamina and determination that far surpasses studious hours in a library. Following an epic rocking session, I said to my husband, “Taking care of… Continue reading 5 Scriptures New Moms Need to Hear