A Minute for Mommy

William P. Smith: Parenting, as with every area of life, can tempt us to focus on obtaining some good part of creation instead of worshiping the Creator. The apostle Paul explains it this way: “They exchanged the truth of God … Continue reading

A Minute for Mommy

Mike Emlet: The Bible tells us that before you help others with their sins, you have to face and repent of your own sins (Matthew 7:3-5). When your child throws a tantrum or hits a sibling in anger, she is … Continue reading

A Minute for Mommy

William P. Smith: Haven’t there been times when your child pushed all your buttons, and you said and did things that later bothered your conscience? Why is your conscience uneasy? Weren’t you just correcting your child’s bad behavior? You are … Continue reading

A Minute for Mommy

Sally Michael Childhood provides us with an opportunity to establish for our children a habit of Bible reading or “devotional time.” Habits started in childhood can last a lifetime. Here are a few suggestions to consider in starting your children … Continue reading

A Minute for Mommy

Elizabeth George Titus 2:4 goes on to say that Moms are to “love their children.” …Raising children is not easy. Every mom will say “Amen!” to that. You’ve got diapers, food preparation, sickness…and laundry galore! It’s never fun or a … Continue reading

A Minute for Mommy

Elyse Fitzpatrick & Jessica Thompson When God calls our children to come to him, even if we haven’t gotten it all right, even if we’ve trained little Pharisees or have a house full of prodigals, nothing is impossible for him. … Continue reading

A Minute for Mommy

Nancy Leigh DeMoss Parents don’t usually realize how much their example affects their children. Kids know what their parents’ standards are. They notice when their parents use language at home they’d never say in public. They notice when their parents … Continue reading