Hey (brokenhearted) Mama, Just stopping in today because I heard you were anguishing and in tears. It’s the same old thing again, isn’t it? You never thought it would take so long. What good does it do, this dreadful waiting? Why?! You’re at the end of your rope. No more patience. No more waiting.
Hey Mama, You thought you had an unproductive week. You whispered under your breath that it was useless, pointless, low yielding, and that you are just not cut out. Let’s look at some truth, though, OK? 1. Your kids – when they wake up – look for you. It’s the Mama they run to
Hey Mama, In five years, life will be very different. You may have another child. Or a grandchild. People you know may have passed away, five years from now. You might live in a different house…in a different state. You might have a completely different job. You might have no job at all. Life
Hey Mama, For those who keep trying and trying, striving to please, and wistfully turning to the Lord, lifting up your eyes and hands only to say, “Lord, I keep working hard. I continue to try. I desire to do all things according to Your will and desire. I am not sure what to
Hey Mama, Even on the worst day, was it all worth it? Would you change a thing? Put those kids back where they came from and never look back? In the moments of frustration and even grief (and those moments do come) with our children, when they are being so foolish and illogical .
Hey Mama, “Delight yourself in the Lord; And He will give you the desires of your heart.” – Psalm 37:4 There’s a lot to this verse. What does it mean to delight yourself in the Lord? Just to smile at the thought of Him? Just to say a quick prayer that you love Him?
Hey Mama, just stopping in real quick… Look up. Your great God and Savior will never leave or forsake you. Even in your darkest hour, He is there. And when joy comes in the morning, He rejoices alongside you. Never. Will. He. Leave. You. The one, ever-present friend you can count on is Jesus
Hey Mama, For ourselves and for our teens… I never wish to take lightly the importance of walking in a manner worthy of Christ and His calling. How easy it would be to discard what I know to be true in order to be “true to myself.” There are eyes and ears everywhere, young