Because of the season we are in, there is much discussion about the rapture of the church and the tribulation. We are studying this right now at MomStrong International and today, I’ll highlight a few points as well as talk about the four main views of interpretation of Revelation.
Have you had a holiday meltdown yet this season? If not, listen in—it’s all about expectations and perspective. I’ll also be taking questions from listeners.
When is it time to leave a church? Today, I’ll answer a question from a heartbroken listener who has been uninvited to their church over the issue of facemasks. There is a separation happening in the Church right now, and today we’ll talk honestly about it. We’ll also be talking about Marxism, large families and moving OUT of the cities and suburbs. Listen in!
Kathy Barnette grew up in poverty on a pig farm in southern Mississippi. The culture would say she was a victim of her circumstances—poor, black, raised by a single mother—but Kathy never saw herself that way. Instead, she did something about her circumstances. Today, she is an author, a speaker, a homeschool mom, a news commentator and a candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 4th congressional district. Listen in and be encouraged by her powerful story!
In Thank You, Sarah: The Woman Who Saved Thanksgiving by Laurie Halse Anderson, we see a glimpse of Sarah Hale’s spirit. She wrote persistently to officials in many levels of government promoting the observance of Thanksgiving as a unified national holiday. Not a woman to take “No” for an answer, Sarah kept on writing. For four decades and five Presidencies, Sarah wrote. She believed that observing Thanksgiving was a way that we, as a nation, could be unified. In October, 1863, President Lincoln, perhaps in response to an editorial Hale had published in the magazine she edited, read a Thanksgiving proclamation to the American people. We are still blessed by it today. Continue reading The Woman Who Saved Thanksgiving | 1053
Are you worn out from the battle lately? How boldly are you praying? If you want your children to learn to believe in the power of prayer, it needs to start with you. Pray boldly! Let your children see that your trust is in the Lord—and BELIEVE that He is at work!
Have you ever had a moment where you wondered if there was something else—something “more important” that you could be doing instead of shepherding and raising children? If so, you’re not alone. The culture today has devalued motherhood in more ways than one. Today I’ll be encouraging you to love your family well in this season. Yes, it’s a hard season for many reasons—but God is calling us back to Himself, and to our families. Listen in and be encouraged.