Slow Down, Mom with Jennifer Dukes Lee

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher (This website contains affiliate links. Please see our disclosure policy for full details.) There is something deeply satisfying about planting seeds down in the soil and watching and waiting and seeing them spring up in God’s perfect timing and producing beautiful flowers and perfect vegetables every summer. It refreshes the soul.  We’re Read More …

Here, But Not Present: The Distracted Mom

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher It seems like 21st-century moms are spending way more time and energy on parenting and yet the quality of that time and energy is quite low. We’re there, but we’re not present. We’re giving partial attention all-the-live-long-day. We might always be present physically which in some ways inhibits our kids’ growth towards Read More …

Discipline that Connects to the Heart with Jim & Lynne Jackson

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher Discipline, when given in love and covered in grace and truth, should lead to repentance, restoration, and right living. But for so many of us, disciplining our kids seems like a never-ending cycle of annoyance, frustration, and even anger. In fact, we don’t even like the word discipline. We tend to say Read More …

How Can We Pray Specifically for Our Children? with Brooke McGlothlin

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher “When we make Jesus our priority, we release to Him the burden of responsibility for our children’s future.” This quote from a seasonal Pray the Word Journal from Million Praying Moms surely conveys the exact message we hope to discuss and share with you in today’s episode as we chat with Brooke Read More …

Chores, Allowance, and Stewardship…Oh My!

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher Money gives us opportunities to teach our children good and godly attributes and how to be shrewd, faithful, trustworthy, efficient, effective, accountable, and generous. Sure, these can be taught without using money, but our children would do well to learn how they all relate to money. One of the key Christian values Read More …