The MOMs are taking the month of December off, but have a HUGE and EXCITING announcement in January. Pray for us as we make preparations for these new changes.
Until then, we encourage you to keep up with our contributors through their personal blogs.
God bless you and keep you, God smile on you and gift you, God look you full in the face and make you prosper. Numbers 6:24-26
On Monday I shared my journey to intentional gratitude, and so today I wanted to share a resource for you to use on your journey. Below is a printable with 3 scripture cards and a prayer to go with the scriptures.
To download free printable click here: Mosaic of Moms Thanksgiving Printable Continue reading
By: Gretchen Speer
The word “intentional” has been floating around in my head for quite a while now, challenging me to live on purpose in many areas. I have felt the need to be more intentional in showing grace, memorizing scripture, assuming the best of people, and of course, gratitude.
Being intentional with showing gratitude during November is not a stretch. All one has to do is hop on Facebook and you will likely be spurred to spout your own list of things that have blessed you. The thing is that I didn’t want this to be a “November thing”. I didn’t want to have to be reminded and then apply myself only in that moment and move on. I wanted it to be the overflow from my heart- the things that spill out of my mouth when I’m unguarded. For this to happen it had to be a heart change and not a mind application. Continue reading
“Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights with whom there is no variation or shadow due to change.” James 1:17
By: Dana Baran
I will admit, I didn’t used to be a fan of pumpkin anything (not even pumpkin pie) until I had this dessert. Continue reading
“I rescued the poor who cried for help, and the fatherless who had none to assist him.” Job 29:12
By: Dana Baran
I have a story to share with you. It’s a story that shows the power of God and how deep a mother’s love can go. The main characters in my story are Continue reading