Tuesday, September 24, 2013

A Biblical View of Motherhood

"It is not more heroic to die on the mission field of Zambia than to die daily on the mission field of your home." 

Do you have a biblical view of motherhood? Watch this and be encouraged!


  1. Thank you. This couldn't have come up in my facebook feed at a better time.

  2. So timely for me. I've been feeling sad and angry for the last couple of days since my husband starting looking into booking my 5 month old daughter into daycare for next year, He knows I don't want to go back to work and want to have another child and I'm a Type 1 diabetic so it takes lots of time and effort to be pregnancy ready. Yet I'm feeling pushed to go back to work for financial reasons and I feel like I have no rights because I'm not bringing in any money, And yes, I feel insignificant and like I have no value. But I LOVE being a mother, I had to work really hard to become one and I've never been so fulfilled and happy. I don't know what will happen but I know now that I'm serving God in what I'm doing. So I hope He works it out for me and I can stay at home and have another baby!

    1. Praying for you and your family!

    2. Praying for your husband to come to see that this is the calling for women of the LORD. No where in the Bible does He ever call a woman to leave her child with others in order to provide. Biblically the husband is representative of the LORD. The woman as the church. No where does the church provide and protect the LORD. If he is a believer have him research the scriptures starting with Titus 2:3-5. May he also look into the concept of daycare as it was never developed for the well being, best for the child. The LORD provided the best caregiver and named her mother! Praying for you too! Oh and thank all the feminist and churches/synagogues who don't teach the ways of the LORD for women. If they did you wouldn't be in this situation. :(

  3. Very timely post indeed. God really hears our deepest cry and feels our heartache. I am in so kuch pain right now and I feel so tired, exhausted, and unappreciated. I need a break!

  4. Wow, I'm speechless! It's about time people look at us differently.


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