Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Jul 28, 2011
A MOTHER'S SECRET FOR SUCCESS
This is a poem we found 11 years after my moms death.It touches my heart each time I read it.
A Mothers Secret For Success
When in the morning I wash my children, I prayed that they might be washed by the Saviours precious blood.
When I put on their
Contributed by Ted Sutherland on Aug 19, 2001
Mrs. Monroe lives in Darlington, Maryland. She’s the mother of 8 children. And except for a few interesting experiences, she’s just like any other mother across America. One experience was so unique that John Haggai put it in his book: “How to Win Over Worry.”
She came home one afternoon
Contributed by Steve Malone on Apr 3, 2001
Erma Bombeck in her book, "Motherhood the second Oldest Profession" writes;
"I have always felt that too much time was given before birth, which is spent learning things like how to breathe in and out with your husband (I had my baby when they gave you a shot in the hip and you didn’t wake up
I received this in an email..."origination unknown"
Reasons Why I Owe My Mother...Things she taught me about life.
My mother taught me RELIGION.
’You better pray that koolaid stain will come out of the carpet.’
My mother taught me LOGIC.
’ Because I said so, that’s why .’
Contributed by Kent Wise on Mar 25, 2007
Father John Powell, professor at Loyola University in Chicago, writes about a student in his Theology of Faith class named Tommy:
Some twelve years ago, I stood watching my university students file into the classroom for our first session in the Theology of Faith.
Contributed by Paul Barreca on May 20, 2014
Just after Thanksgiving last year, the family was gathered for a dinner at my house. Mom had just returned from visiting my sisters in New York. She was having trouble with her asthma and was tired and short of breath. While in NY, she felt poor enough to see the Doctor, so naturally, we were
Contributed by David Roundtree on May 13, 2017
John 19:25-27 "Now there stood by the cross of Jesus His Mother, and His mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus therefore saw His Mother, and the disciple whom He loved standing by, He said to His Mother, 'Woman, behold your son!' Then He said to the disciple,
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
This morning I want to focus upon some new year’s resolutions that each of should consider for ourselves, but before we delve into our topic, I thought you might enjoy a few stories of failed resolutions:
A story is told that At the beginning of a new year, a high school principal decided to post