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What I'm Learning About: Motherhood

What I'm Learning About: Motherhood

Learning to thank God for the gift of motherhood even on the crazy parenting days
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A mother is a key facilitator and keeper of our identity formation in Christ. Here's how four women are learning to embrace and appreciate their role as mothers in the nitty-gritty of everyday life based on figures set apart in the Bible.

Tracey Bianchi

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May 2013

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Esther Matturie

March 16, 2014  1:32pm

Am already learning from this short note have read. I know I will get more answers as you sent me your news letters.

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jawaharlal pun

May 15, 2013  8:33am

Good

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Stef Berg

May 12, 2013  11:38pm

Interestingly enough, I've learned more about motherhood since my youngest child graduated from high school. Partly due to my husband's recent Salvation 18 months ago, but moreso because I began to allow Christ back into my life...which is how I should've responded the minute my first child was born. So, either I live with regret, constantly depressed & allowing the enemy to keep me down...OR I brush myself off and acknowledge that I have a Sovereign God Who's timing is always perfect... (To be continued)

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