Motherhood Memories: You Can’t Hide Yer Lyin’ Eyes (Or Hair Color)

I’m continuing to share some of the posts previously written in the years I was blessed – and sometimes stressed, as I navigated the bumpyroads of motherhood. This looking back and remembering is somehow keeping me during this time following my daughter’s death. How it pains me to write those words. Yet, I continue toContinue reading “Motherhood Memories: You Can’t Hide Yer Lyin’ Eyes (Or Hair Color)”

Judging Motherhood: Gavel or Grace

But he gives us more grace. That is why Scripture says: “God opposes the proud but shows favor to the humble.” ~James 4:6     Whether you are a mother or not, I offer you some thoughts to ponder this Mother’s Day with this post I wrote awhile back about that most tender and tumultuous ofContinue reading “Judging Motherhood: Gavel or Grace”

Mean Moms, Child Idolatry and the Only Way Out

Yes, Mother. I can see you are flawed. You have not hidden it. That is your greatest gift to me. Alice Walker     “Mom, she doesn’t like me.” she says in a manner beyond her years. I try to brush it off, give her words of encouragement, but know there is probably a grain ofContinue reading “Mean Moms, Child Idolatry and the Only Way Out”

Knowing My God and More by Callie Grant (Children’s Books and Parenting Resources)

Who doesn’t love a good children’s book? Better still, a good children’s book that shares the deeper things of God, in an age appropriate manner. Who doesn’t remember there own favorite book illustrations? Books that are both beautifully written, illustrated and profound are a rare treasure. Callie Grant and Graham Blanchard are doing an amazingContinue reading “Knowing My God and More by Callie Grant (Children’s Books and Parenting Resources)”