Being a mom of little ones is exhausting. There is a long list of daily household chores that need to get done to keep our home going such as laundry, cleaning the house, preparing meals, and making sure everyone is clean, just to name a few. And if that wasn’t enough, my husband and I decided that home schooling our children part time is the best choice for our family. (Our boys go to a school two days a week and homeschool the other days) So I get to add educating our children to that list. Can I be...Read More
When I married my husband I was so excited about becoming a part of his family. His family has generations of Christians and mine does not. I didn’t expect his family to be perfect but instead I expected them to be different. Soon after our wedding day family gatherings started to become a regular part of our life together; birthdays, Thanksgiving, Christmases etc. Once I was in the throws of his family I began to notice something. Where as my family dysfunction was overt, his family dysfunction was more of an undertow. You couldn’t see it by looking in,...Read More
Her was face pressed on the window with tears streaming down her face as she watched her mom drive away. She knew her family would never be the same again. How could it be? Her parents were divorcing and she now found herself and her sister being raised by their dad. She had already faced so much pain and trauma at the tender age of fourteen. She saw and went through life experiences that no one should have to go through, but even at her young age she knew where her hope was anchored. Her hope wasn’t anchored in...Read More
Last year about this time I found myself in a hard place. Mommy burn-out had taken root in my heart and it had started to fester. Constantly being needed by someone, feeling like I never had a break, cooking meals, home-schooling, cleaning—all of it had become overwhelming and I was done. My heart was no longer in it. I had lost sight of my mission in motherhood. All that I could think about was how tired I was. Around September of that same year the Lord in His infinite mercy allowed a sickness to pervade my body. The sickness...Read More
It is so important to my husband and me that we teach our boys the true meaning of Christmas. We go out of our way to avoid commercials or the unsolicited toy magazines that show up in our mailbox this time of year. We don’t even (gasp) ask our boys what they want for Christmas. It is very counter-cultural, but instead of indulging our boys in materialism and consumerism, we encourage giving and serving. We talk about what they want to get their family, brothers, neighbors, and friends. We also discuss the reality that there are many people that...Read More
Here at The MOB Society, our mission is to equip and encourage parents to raise godly men. And as a community of BoyMoms, we're learning to delight in the chaos of raising boys along the journey! Click here to read more about our story and the heart behind our ministry. And to meet our co-founders, Brooke and Erin, and the rest of the team, click here!