While the nature of it may change, the relationship between mother and child is something that is precious and has deep meaning no matter the season of life. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell helps people through the changing seasons of their lives.
What does it mean to really be rich? If you ask a money person, they might say money. But not this one. A year after losing her son when he was just five hours old, Patrice Washington and her husband found themselves expecting again, but that was put in jeopardy in an instant.
Moms do so much! One of the greatest things your mom might have ever done for you is teach you how to do things for yourself like Jennifer Rothschild’s mom did for her.
It’s amazing what you can do…what you can accomplish when you have someone who believes in you. Serene & Pearl know this and are bringing KeepTheFaith new ways to keep our families healthy and strong through their Trim Healthy Mama movement each week.
Our mother’s influence often lasts a lifetime. That’s true for our friend Steve Brown. His mother’s influence has guided him as he’s encouraged countless others through his books, speaking and radio talk show.
You know that small voice in your head…that one that tries to keep you out of trouble? What if that voice is there because of the prayers of someone special, like your mom? Plumb has a new song available now called “Beautifully Broken” and is the author of the upcoming book “Fight For Her.”
Raising kids can be tough, especially when so much stuff around them is focused on making life about them. Point of Grace has provided a soundtrack to our lives for over two decades. Shelley Breen shares how her mom inspired her to care about more than just herself.
We can learn from those are different than us in a way that’s unique and unexpected. Just ask Marie Kuck, she’s one of the founders of Nathaniel’s Hope, a ministry dedicated to celebrating and assisting kids with special needs and their families.
When things don’t go as planned in life, it can be so easy to think of yourself as a failure. Sometimes though, all it takes is a special someone to remind you of your worth. Our friend Shannon DeGarmo is the author of “The Bounce Back Woman,” and shares her life stories.
When you’re chasing a dream, it’s so encouraging to have a strong support system. Natalie Grant has been nominated for a Grammy and has been named the Gospel Music Association’s female vocalist of the year five times. But even before she was born, her mom knew something about the difference she was going to make.