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I Couldn’t Reach My Children

Editor’s note: On April 27, 2014, a massive tornado tore through central Arkansas, leaving a devastating path of destruction in its wake. One of the homes in its path belonged to our own Kristin, MomLife Today and MomLife BootCamp prayer director. In today’s post, she shares the spiritual insights she has gained from her experience. Continue »

I Still Do

Editor’s note: This article was adapted from the story of a woman who attended one of FamilyLife’s I Still Do™ events between 1999-2002. Soon after my wedding day, I began to wonder if my husband and I should be married. Our relationship just didn’t seem right. We were always arguing over something, and I thought Continue »

Embracing the Little Pink Duck

Kelly’s MOMent “So I’m curious which little duckling you got…” I texted my friend after our MOPS meeting. “I’m the one with one thing after another who’s just trying to survive her life!! Didn’t see that one coming, right?! :))” I joked. “The ironic thing is,” I continued, “when the speaker said our table leader Continue »

MomLife Today MOMents

Jeanette’s MOMent Hi, I am 25 yrs old and I’d love to give testimony of one out of countless gifts God has given me. After trying for what seemed forever to get pregnant, after taking countless pregnancy tests and and crying out to God, I decided to surrender. So in agreement with my husband. I Continue »

MomLife Today MOMents

Teresa’s MOMent Single mom… I never thought I would be a single mom. I never thought I would be divorced. I never thought my beloved would find love elsewhere. But, that is where I sit. I am raising my two kids (5 and 7) and my niece (15) alone. My children’s father is not consistent Continue »

“I Am Your Captain”

by Jenny Wilson My husband and I recently attended the Love Like You Mean It® cruise leaving out of Florida for a fantastic five-day getaway to the Grand Turk Islands which included renewing, relaxing, eating lots of yummy food, and time to work on restoring our marriage. While it would seem like an easy thing Continue »

Let No Ivy Take Root

by Kim Chaffin Last night at Bible study we were talking about spiritual battle and a young mom in our group gave a great analogy of what can happen when we let our guard down. Being a picture person, it came through loud and clear to me. Today I find myself stuck on that picture she Continue »

You’ll Always Be His Mama!

By Deb DeArmond That beautiful bundle I’m holding is my new grandson, Kohen. He is 16 weeks old and already making himself heard in this world. Just ask his parents about the sanctity of sleep. They have a whole new appreciation for it these days. We celebrated his mama, my daughter-in-law, Heather, at a baby Continue »