Mother

Whether you call her Mom, Mama, Ma, or your own pet name, your mother is a precious woman because she gave you the ultimate gift--your life.
Evergreen faith
Military Outreach Stories

The Evergreen Faith of a Military Mom

When a deployed son goes missing, faith helps steady a family's fears.

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Marion loves old-fashioned writing tools like Vincent’s precious pencil.
Stories of Hope

How A Simple Gift Restored Her Christmas Spirit

Her son's struggles with bi-polar disorder and addiction left her discouraged. A gift from one of his friends changed everything.

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Mary and Baby Jesus, Photo credit: Brooke Obie
God's Grace

Images of Mary from Around the World

From the Church of the Annunciation in the Holy Land, enjoy these images of Mary and Jesus from America to Japan.

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She Wove a Perfect Web
Angels

She Wove a Perfect Web

A lonely mom receives a heaven-sent message.

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Helping My Mom Settle into Senior Care
Aging Parents

Helping My Mom Settle into Senior Care

How author Melanie Merriman learned to work with her mom as she adapted to an Adult Congregate Living Facility.

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A Mother Learns to Turn Her Son's Addiction Over to God
Addiction and Recovery

A Mother Learns to Turn Her Son's Addiction Over to God

He was kicked out of a sober-living home. Could she believe him when he said he was finally ready to give up drugs?

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Molly Sims
Books

Super-Momma Molly Sims on How to Be ‘Everyday Chic’

The supermodel shares her tips and tricks for managing motherhood in her new book. 

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The Important Stage of Caregiving That No One Talks About
Caregiver Stress

The Important Stage of Caregiving That No One Talks About

A former hospice consultant shares her journey caring for her aging mother and the one thing no one ever told her about caregiving. 

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A lush, green forest by the Adriatic Sea.
Angels

A Heaven-Sent Dream Come True

Mama's dream didn't make sense at first...

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A mother bears sadness as she cares for her daughter.
Teenagers

When It’s Okay to Be Sad

A mother willingly bears sadness as she cares for her daughter.

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