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Dear Young Mom

Take it from me, a mom who not that long ago, wished that time would pass quickly and who now wishes it would slow down, enjoy these moments with your little one.

Stop Trying to be 'All the Moms'

Each of us are to be The Fun Mom, The Organized Mom, The Pinterest Mom, The Soccer Mom, The Blogging Mom, The World-Changing Mom, and The Volunteering Mom.
Never, of course, The Tired Mom, The Say-No Mom, The I-Don’t-Know-What-I’m-Doing Mom, The No-Patience Mom, or The Needy Mom. We simply are to be great and glorious at all times...right? 

8 Ways to Protect Your Children from Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is a form of bullying that is almost invisible to parents, as no form of physical abuse is displayed. Regardless, the effects it can have on a child’s mental health can be devastating. 

Learn how you can detect and help prevent this from happening to your child.

7 Ways to Pray When Your Child Goes Astray

How do you trust God and not worry when you see your child start spiraling downward?  How can you trust that God ultimately has "good" in mind when it all looks so bad?

Take heart and find encouragement when you start praying these prayers for your child.

10 Ways to Reconnect After Baby

“First comes love, then comes marriage. Then comes the baby in the baby carriage.”  But after baby, what happens to love and marriage? If you’ve made that transition from married to married with kids, you know that reconnecting as a couple is difficult to maneuver.
Here are some tips to get you through the first weeks, months (and maybe years) of child-rearing.

6 CHRISTIAN MOVIES WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2019

For Christian movies fans, 2018 was a memorable year.  We saw yet another film shock Hollywood with its box office success (I Can Only Imagine). We also watched films about the New Testament (Paul: Apostle of Christ), the Old Testament (Samson), and about American military life (Indivisible and Unbroken: Path to Redemption).

2019 will likely will be another noteworthy year for faith-based movies.  Here are six Christian films we’re looking forward to watching:

Five Wholesome Snacks for Families On-the-Go

A busy family schedule means there's less time to gather around the dinner table, let alone making sure what you're feeding your family is healthy.
Here are some convenient, wholesome, on-the-go snacks that are ready when it's time to head to play practice or ballet lessons. 

A One-Word Resolution

Dennis' goal for the year was to pick a single word, just one, and let that word come alive in his life over a twelve-month period. His challenge for me was to do the same thing, to try out a word of my own. 

It's a Mean One, Dr. Seuss' "The Grinch"

Mom, Dad, if your instant fear is that Hollywood is remaking one more classic into yet another toilet-humor rampage or disgruntled social-protest platform, well, worry not: This version of the Grinch's tale is well made, as clean as a crisp snow on a Sunday morning.

We have a full review from PluggedIn.com 

Hilarious! Christian Girl Instagram

What a hilarious spoof on how to get your spiritual life noticed by others on social media!

"Christian Girl Instagram, the new best selling book, will help you take the perfect devotional photo. Buy the book today and get more likes on those devotional photos."

 

 

The Amazing Power of a Dog's Love

This lady's father has Alzheimer's and has lost almost all of his speech - UNTIL the dog whom he loves comes by.  Their special interaction will both bless and amaze you!

5 Ways to Celebrate Easter Without the Easter Bunny

Many of us have wonderful memories of Easter morning - baskets full of chocolate, egg hunts, and new church dresses. Those traditions are well and good, but what about the real event we are celebrating? Do our children even know why we have a day called Easter?

Here are 5 ways to celebrate in a whole new way; 5 ways to make meaningful memories—without even one mention of the Easter Bunny!

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