It's interesting to think about our plans vs. God's plans. I usually envision Jesus just chuckling at our frail attempts to plan every detail of our lives. These days have thrown us all for a huge curveball.
A week ago, my daughter and her finace should have had their college graduation commencement ceremonies. In the same college, walking together, launching into their new lives. "Postponed" till August for now, if that works out. My son's Wedding was tomorrow (Sat). Months of preparation
What did you "take for granted" even just a few short weeks ago? Many phrases and sayings like this - I've had to clarify with my children somewhere along the way. The most entertaining is since they are now adults, hearing what they thought something meant, and how they messed up the meaning and used it in the wrong way at some point. Teaching a child, or an adult for that matter, to appreciate something or someone in the moment is about as complicated as explaining love, grace, forgiveness, em
Help from the Heart and at Home
Whether you are on your own staying at home, or with your spouse or family, let’s share some ways you are coping and helping during this unprecedented time!
I’ve been inspired by seeing our local students individually sewing masks at home, volunteering to get groceries for senior citizens or walk them through online ordering grocery deliveries, helping with yard work, etc.
I’ve seen many churches holding prayer vigils either hourly for a certain per
Welcome to ChristianMom!
Celebrating 20 years of Online Fellowship, Friendship and Inspiration for Moms of all ages!
This site was started around Mother’s Day back in 2000. As the internet was gaining popularity, I said to my husband - we needed a place online, for Moms of faith to communicate, and support each other.
Thanks to my husband he helped me get the site up and running and the forum format was an easy way to organize topics of discussion and for us all to interact!