We Are Disciplemaker Moms: An Introduction

*Beep*Beep*Beep* My husband’s 6:30 am alarm goes off, and he rolls out of bed to start the coffee pot. Monday mornings are rough. I’m already nursing the newborn – almost nodding off in the rocker – and almost like clockwork the toddler starts crying to be let out of his room (nearly an hour before he is “supposed” to come out – thanks “OK to … Continue reading We Are Disciplemaker Moms: An Introduction

The Mingling of Collegiate Ministry and Adoption

By Bekah Ross My current season of life looks like a constant juggling act of parenting a toddler; managing our household; keeping up with friends, family, and our local church; investing in young women on campus, and more. Perhaps this sounds similar to your life! Some days are frustrating and defeating; while other days I feel immense joy and purpose in the “Holy mundane.” When … Continue reading The Mingling of Collegiate Ministry and Adoption

A Clean Mouth and a Pure Heart

Having children seems to amplify our selfish tendencies. And from my experience, our children tend toward the same sinful patterns as their parents. Such was the case in our household regarding my lack of ability to tame my tongue. When I was two and a half years old, my mom recounts me mimicking everything I heard. Not unusual, however, one day I blurted out an … Continue reading A Clean Mouth and a Pure Heart

Mommy Mentor Network Interview

Q & A with Tara Chamberlain and Eunice Weik – Mommy Mentor Network Pair Tara and Eunice were connected through the Mommy Mentor Network two years ago. And even though several states divide them, their relationship has provided mutual encouragement and helped Tara navigate ministry and motherhood. Tara, how has the Mommy Mentor Network impacted you? “Sometimes I feel so alone in motherhood!” These words … Continue reading Mommy Mentor Network Interview

Fostering a Love for the Lord in our Kids

The idea that there is a formula to follow to insure that our children will grow in love for the Lord is simply not true. Faith in Christ is a supernatural process that we cannot control. Jim and I prayed from the beginning that our children would develop a genuine faith in Jesus and follow Him all of their days. Years ago my sister asked … Continue reading Fostering a Love for the Lord in our Kids