Pathway Through the Wilderness of Summer

Written by Christine Clark, Ministry Leader for Family Ministries at Stonebriar Community Church   I have heard this conversation more than once in the last couple weeks… Mom A says, “Hi Mom B, I haven’t seen you in a few weeks, how’s your summer going?” Mom B replies, “We’re making it.” Mom A nods her […]

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Finding Joy when Mom to Littles

Written by Guest Author, Sheena Creek, stay at home mom with crazy love for all God has given her.   When I tell stories, I like to pretend I’m Sophia Petrillo from The Golden Girls; she was the best golden girl and I’ll go to the mattresses over that fact, but I digress. “Picture it. […]

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Parenting a Child (with ADHD)

Written by guest author Shannon Thornton, Counselor, Speaker and Specialist working with families and kids challenged by ADD and ADHD with Chrysalis Behavioral Therapy and Counseling.   I was a great mom before I had kids.  Think about it.  Weren’t you?  I witnessed things in stores I would “never” let my child do.  I observed relationship […]

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Mom . . . I’m Bored

Written by Barbara Deatherage, blogger www.worthdoingpoorly.com   There’s no doubt—winter can be long. Seemingly endlessly long. It’s cold outside and often gloomy. Sometimes drizzly and damp. So, what’s a mom or a dad to do when shut in the house with a bunch of bored kids? There’s only so many times you can visit Chick-fil-A […]

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