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Sunshine in the Home

In Mommy Musings by Jackie Gable1 Comment

Jackie GableJackie had the privilege of being raised in a pastor’s home where she was personally mentored by her mother. She has a passion for teaching and encouraging young ladies throughout their …

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To The Expectant Mom

In Mommy Musings by G&H2 Comments

All the shepherding, all the praying, all the confessing and forsaking of your faults to the Father (all the travail, so to speak) will be worth it when your child believes on Jesus and through Him enters into life, everlasting life at salvation – the new birth.

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My Way of Escape

In Mommy Musings by Katina AndersonLeave a Comment

Early in the morning I hear footsteps coming down the hallway, “Hi, Mommy!” a cheerful 2-year-old voice says as he opens the curtains and sends blinding sunlight into my weary eyes. “Lord, do I have to do this again?” I silently cry out to God in desperation and exhaustion…

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Speak Life

In Mommy Musings by Abbi Pasterski1 Comment

Our house is full of talking! Chatting, serious discussions, school lessons, reciting, laughter, playing, and questions, questions, questions! As moms, we interact verbally with our children from morning until night. And how sweet it is, sometimes, as we close the door at night on sleeping little ones and enjoy a few moments (hopefully) of blessed quietness, right? Since I interact so much with my children, I think it’s good to take some time to evaluate how I use my words with our children

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Board Book Lessons

In Mommy Musings by Abbi Pasterski1 Comment

We have a particular little board book that has been read over and over again to each of our babies and they have all enjoyed it. It’s about a duckling who leaves the pond looking for someone to play with and asking himself the question, “What did God make me to do?” Invariably, he becomes more and more disappointed as he encounters several little creatures (like a lamb, mole, squirrel, and bunny) and they are each eager to play with him, only Little Duckling isn’t able to scamper or dig or climb or hop with the new friend. Almost at the point of desperation, up waddle three other ducklings and remind Little Duckling that he is very good at swimming. Of course Little Duckling joins the other ducklings back on the pond, swimming his little heart out and happy to have found, or rather been reminded again, of “what God made little ducklings to do.”