Rose started her career as a single mother. She was pregnant with her son her Freshman year at the Fashion Institute of Technology and gave birth at the age of 19. Despite having her son at a young age, she…
An interview with Marline Paul, the founder of Rose of Alpha Omega and the Balance Conference Retreat. She is a military wife, and mama to a 5-year-old boy. She is a math teacher with a B.S. in Business, and…
This year God has things He wants you to accomplish for His glory, but sometimes there are obstacles, including those we can avoid. Here are 5 things that kill our productivity as moms:
Should you become a stay at home mom? I feel like among Christian circles there is a weird pressure to stay home with the kids, like “that’s what a Titus 2 woman would do.” If you’re not sure whether to stay-at-home or go back to work, that’s okay! Hopefully this blog will help you to decide.
I’ve had four pregnancies and only one child to show for it. I have three babies in heaven. In this post, I get a little petty and think of ways that women can make the best of this sucky situation. If you’re struggling because of pregnancy loss or infertility, I hope my realness here blesses you.
Today’s blog is about creating a daily devotional habit — i.e. just spending time with God every day. It is vital, especially as we’re raising little people to love Jesus. Here’s how to make it happen!
A good children’s bible can go a long way when discipling kids. Having many to choose from can give you endless options for making Bible-reading fun!
I recently read this poem at a Mother’s Day luncheon at my church. I know Mother’s Day has long gone, but I wanted to share it with you. I hope this encourages to you!