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Mother’s Day: Joyful or Difficult?

Mother's Day: Joyful or Difficult?

This weekend we honor our mothers on Mother’s Day. (We should be honoring them every day of the year, but this is the day set aside on the calendar to honor them.) My mom is no longer on this earth, but I can still honor her by giving thanks to God for her. I will always be grateful for my mom. I remember several times as a child when I wanted to trade her in

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Thankful for Moms

Thankful for Moms

I remember several times as a child when I wanted to trade my mom in for a new one. But over the years, I have come to value my mom and the tough love she showed me at times when I needed it most. I wouldn’t trade her for any other mom in the world today. This weekend we honor our mothers on Mother’s Day. (We should be honoring them every day of the year,

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When Mother’s Day Can Be Tough

When Mother's Day Can Be Tough

Sunday is Mother’s Day. I realize that Mother’s Day can be difficult for women for different reasons. Some long to be a mother but can’t have children. Some have estranged relationships with their moms or children. Some, like me, have recently said goodbye to their moms. God knows what is going on in each of our hearts, and He cares. This will be the first Mother’s Day without my mom on this earth. There’s a

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A Tribute to Moms

I remember several times as a child when I wanted to trade my mom in for a new one. But over the years, I have come to value my mom and the tough love she showed me at times when I needed it most. I wouldn’t trade her for any other mom in the world today. This weekend we honor our mothers on Mother’s Day. (We should be honoring them every day of the year,

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A Tribute to Mom

As Mother’s Day is just around the corner, I want to dedicate this post to my 97-year-old mom. Being a mother is not easy. There are times when moms have to do difficult things for the good of their children, just like God does with us.   When I was a young girl, one day I went to the variety store in my home town (population 1000). As I walked through the store, I saw

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