Mother's Day

The Fierce Faith of a Mother

a mother and daughter hugging, how Christians should view critical race theory

Mother’s Day is one that is joyous for some and painful for others. I know the responsibilities are heavy, and sometimes it must seem overwhelming to be a mom amidst violence, fear and sickness. Your love and your leadership in your family and your community is invaluable. You are shaping this generation and the generations to come. Your hearts, mothers, make all the difference.

Keep Up the Good Fight, Mothers. The World Needs You.

Keep Up the Good Fight, Mothers. The World Needs You.

Many wonderful mothers and fathers spend sleepless nights worrying that their mistakes will have long-term effects on their children. But does your broken marriage guarantee that your child will one day divorce or be divorced by their spouse? No. Are your present financial struggles an indicator of your child's future poverty? Of course not. Why? Because Jesus has broken every curse.

'I Wish Heaven Had Visiting Hours': A Mother's Day Letter from Roma Downey

Roma Downey, Downey shares an open letter for Mother's Day

As our children grow, wings spread wide and the world better for it, we too get a new season of adventure and purpose—not only as mothers but friends, mentors, bold advocates and carriers of change for the good.

Let’s never stop being the motherly example and comfort our children need, but let’s also not forget to be children ourselves, daring to see the world for the endless blessings, beauty, adventure and love that it has to offer.

‘The Noblest and Most Precious Work’: Honoring and Encouraging Motherhood

‘The Noblest and Most Precious Work’: Honoring and Encouraging Motherhood
On Mother’s Day, most of us take intentional time and effort to show our moms how much we love and appreciate them, and how much we’re thankful for their love and sacrifice. I’m not always as intentional as I should be about honoring the moms in my life, especially the one who gave me life and the one who’s currently doing the really heavy lifting caring for our kids.
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