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March 14, 2016 By Grant Castleberry
By GraceAnna Castleberry My oldest child, AudreyKate turned five-years-old last week. Since March 3rd, she has let everyone, and I mean everyone, know “I’m five!” every place we go. Yesterday, I took all three of my kids to the restroom at Chick-fil-a. When it was time to wash hands, AudreyKate used a stool at the...
January 13, 2015 By CBMW Guest
We know it’s not Mother’s Day yet, but this video makes for a perfect Mid-week funny. It’s humorous and touching. Anyone, whether a mother or not, can agree that motherhood is one tough job. We don’t have to wait until Mother’s Day to thank our moms for all they do or have done. Enjoy this video.  
October 6, 2014 By Candice Watters
by Candice Watters It’s a daily complaint among moms of infants and young children: not enough time to read much, or any, of the Bible. Focused prayer doesn’t fare much better amidst the din of crying, bickering, and loudly playing, early rising little ones. I asked a friend who is presently Mom to a 4-year-old,...
September 9, 2014 By CBMW Guest
By Rondi Lauterbach   It’s that time of year—commitment time. When someone asks you to be team mom, or teach third grade Sunday School another year, what is your knee jerk response? Are you overwhelmed? Or do you jump at the opportunity? I remember having this conversation with a friend over ten years ago. As...
July 29, 2014 By CBMW Guest
by Julie Roys  Young mothers beware! If you allow motherhood to dominate your life, it will suck your passions dry, make you lose your identity, and lead to misery and depression! No matter how crazy it makes your life, or the lives of your husband and children, pursue your dreams! Find your calling! Be all you can be! Ever...
June 4, 2014 By CBMW Guest
By Kimm Crandall As I was grocery shopping the other day, and while I was pushing around my overloaded-with-groceries cart, I saw a long-time friend–a younger mom with four little boys spilling out of her cart. It was a loud yell from one of the boys that turned my head toward her. We chatted across...