Resources by Topic: Motherhood

Buy Some Stamps

Buy Some Stamps

In a world of email, instant messaging, and phone texts, how can you deliver a message that will really cut through the clutter? View More →

Giving to God First

Giving to God First

Mark DeMoss says the best time to read the Bible and pray is early in the morning. He says waiting until later in the day leaves room for more distractions. View More →

Number Your Days

Number Your Days

When Mark DeMoss was a young man, he observed people in the last stages of life. Most of those people had the exact same regrets. Find out why. View More →

Gifts in the Wilderness

Gifts in the Wilderness

Praying on behalf of her wayward son was one of the most difficult things Judy's ever gone through—but had some beautiful gifts along the way. View More →

When You Love a Prodigal

When You Love a Prodigal

If you’ve ever received a call in the middle of the night and wondered whether it was going to be the police or bad news, you probably have loved a prodigal. View More →

Blessing Instead of Cursing

Blessing Instead of Cursing

June 2 is Worldwide Prodigal Prayer Day. Join guest Judy Douglass, the founder of this day, as she explains what it’s all about, and how you can get involved. View More →

God’s Huge Vat

God’s Huge Vat

If you find it difficult to love a prodigal son or daughter, you’ll identify with Judy Douglass. That was her experience, too. View More →

Worth the Effort

Worth the Effort

If you’re a parent who loves Jesus, you know it’s important to teach, encourage, and pass the spiritual baton on to the next generation. View More →

An Eternal Treasure

An Eternal Treasure

What are you doing to better know God’s Word and make Him known? Nancy encourages families to consider one way of doing that: through the National Bible Bee. View More →

Who’s Teaching Whom?

Who’s Teaching Whom?

Jennifer Lyell says preschool kids really can learn important spiritual lessons. Hear her advice how to get God’s Word into young hearts. View More →

Theology for Three-Year-Olds

Theology for Three-Year-Olds

Can three-year-olds really understand theological concepts like sin and grace? Jennifer Lyell says, "Yes, they can!" She explains how she teaches little ones. View More →

Better Than a Search Engine

Better Than a Search Engine

When you have any question what do you do? Look online of course! But there’s a problem. A search engine can’t challenge you with follow up questions. View More →