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by Dave Gustavsen

Being a mom is not so easy! I heard about one woman who said, ''Before I was married, I had three theories about raising children. Now, I have three children and no theories.'' Can anybody relate to that? If you're a mother, you know that motherhood can be messy, and at times frustrating, and exhausting. And there are no foolproof formulas. Right? Kids are different. And you can raise two kids exactly the same, and they might turn out very differently!

by Zach Terry

Those of you who are mothers I want you to think back with me for a moment to that time when you first realized that you were going to be a mom. For us, it was the sonogram…as the outline of my daughters head got clearer and clear…. As I saw that tiny heart beating as if to scream out… LIFE AS YOU KNOW IT IS OVER!!!! Julie was officially a mom...

by Daniel Rodgers

As I thought about the message this morning, I thought, what can I say about mothers that has not already been said many times before? The answer is, I doubt seriously there is anything I can say that would be new to you or would be something you have not heard before. There will be many messages delivered this morning about the virtuous and godly...

by Robert Dawson

The passage we are about to read in Proverbs uses the same type of literary device. Each verse begins with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet. 1. Its purpose was to provide an effective teaching tool for young women, wives and mothers to highlight the virtues that embody a godly wife and mother. 2.This acrostic that helps close out the book of Proverbs paints for us the portrait of a Godly mother or virtuous woman.

by Stan Coffey

Jesus spoke seven times while He was upon the cross. His first word was a prayer to God, asking Him to forgive His enemies. His second word was a promise to the dying thief. His third word was to His mother and to John, the beloved disciple. To his mother He says, ''Behold thy son,'' and to John He says, ''Behold thy Mother.'' Let us picture the scene for a moment. Three...

by Jim Perdue

I honestly believe that I have the second greatest job in the world. I mean, for me, there is nothing else that I could imagine myself doing. I love being a pastor. I know that God created me to be a pastor. It's a shame, but I'll never have an opportunity to have the greatest job in the whole world. It will never happen; because the greatest, most important job in the whole world is being a mother...

by Joe Alain

This Sunday is Mother's Day, so I thought you'd enjoy this list of things our mothers taught us: My Mother taught me LOGIC: "If you fall off that swing and break your neck, you can't go to the store with me," as well as, "If everyone else jumped off a cliff would you do it too?" My Mother taught me HUMOR: "When that lawn mower cuts off your toes, don't come running to me."..

by Ken Trivette

Anna M. Jarvis first suggested the national observance of an annual day honoring all mothers because she had loved her own mother so dearly. At a memorial service for her mother on May 10, 1908, Miss Jarvis gave a carnation (her mother's favorite flower) to each person who attended. Within the next few years, the idea of a day to honor mothers gained popularity…

by Jerry Vines

Mother's Day is one of the most special days in all of the year. We are told there are more telephone calls made on Mother's Day than any other time of the year. If you haven't called your mom yet, I want to encourage you to do so. I went to the grocery story yesterday to pick up some bananas and there was a card shop near by and I just saw a constant stream of rough looking boys running into that card shop and I knew...

by Brad Whitt

I want you to take your Bible's now this morning and I want you to be finding your place at 2nd Timothy chapter 1 if you would. 2nd Timothy chapter 1, and we're going to be focusing really on one verse this morning, verse number 5, and I want to talk to you for a few minutes here this morning about ''A Mother's Influence.'' ILLUS: Abraham Lincoln said...