Category Archives: The Parlor: Being a mom

Spring: a Perfect Time to Re-evaluate!

True confessions: I have to admit that I’ve not slowed down any, even though I’ve known for awhile that I need to. This morning a friend was upset about something and sent me a Facebook message, and all I could do was … Continue reading

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Looking for More Work to Do?

The Proverbs 31 woman. Just the mention of her name is likely to garner groans. (Can’t you just picture the hyenas on Lion King saying, “Mufasa!”)  Now, of course it’s quite probable that this wasn’t really an ACTUAL, live woman, … Continue reading

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So, You Want to Start a MomHeart Group!

So … You Want To Start a MomHeart Group! You want to become a better mother. You’ve heard the Lord challenge you to draw closer to Him and let Him lead you as you raise your children, and you’re answering … Continue reading

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The MomHeart Blog is Here–and a Giveaway, Too!

UPDATE: The winner of our giveaway is #8, Kali! Congratulations and thank you for entering!!! I am so very excited to announce that today is the official launch of the MomHeart Blog! For many years, I’ve benefited from the ministry … Continue reading

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Being an Intentional Mom

Sometimes, I’m overwhelmed by all there is for me to do in a day. Scratch that. Every day, I’m overwhelmed by all there is for me to do. Between laundry and Latin, math and mopping, grammar and garbage, sometimes it … Continue reading

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Visions in the Valley

We build big dreams at conferences. We’re on the mountain. We see clearly, far. We slow, hear the Lord’s voice, hear our own voice long buried beneath the bustle, the noise, the busy. We joy in new truths, make lists, … Continue reading

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Disappointment at Home: But What if They *Don’t*?

I’m not sure why, but that phrase always brings to mind a vision. A vision … of cartoon vegetables. I suppose it may indicate that my children have watched Veggie Tales’ version of Daniel and the Lion’s Den one too … Continue reading

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Review: The Money Saving Mom’s Budget

**UPDATE: JEN has won the giveaway!!!**   Saving money. In these tough economic times, it’s something we all know we need to do. What’s more difficult to know is exactly how to go about it. Do we have to cut up … Continue reading

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‘Twas the Week After Christmas

  ‘TWAS THE WEEK AFTER CHRISTMAS Twas the week after Christmas, and all through the house Piles of paper and toy hotspots called out for a douse! The bathrooms had not been rightly cleaned for four days And the kitchen was messy, … Continue reading

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Distressed and Downcast, Mom? There’s a War Going On!

And seeing the multitudes, He felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and downcast, like sheep without a shepherd. ~Matt. 9:36 As moms wanting the best for our children, we can become “distressed” and “downcast” quite easily these days. … Continue reading

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