Top Christian Books for Women, by Genre and Category As a self-professed book junkie, I know the feeling of overwhelm as you walk the aisles of Barnes and Nobles or Lifeway trying to find the perfect book or at least the next right book. If you have decision fatigue in choosing your next book, I’ve…
A well-meaning lady in the grocery store saw my daughter and said to me “enjoy every moment”. Little did she know my daughter was in the midst of battling a chronic illness. If you find yourself filled with frustration when someone utters those words, I hope this post will provide you with some encouragement.
As a mom of a child with a chronic illness, you might struggle with feeling your child is different. He or she is definitely different but not for the reason you think.
As a mom, it’s so easy to get swept up in the all-consuming drain of Mommy Guilt. However, Mommy Guilt is something we can overcome in one easy step.
Moms spend far too much time comparing themselves with others. That kind of thinking can only result in feelings of either inferiority or superiority. There is no ideal mom because God directs us differently based on what is best for our(His) children.