Moms Achieving Purpose

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“I am a MAP”. My son looked at me curiously. I said, “Yes, I am a MAP. I am a Mom Achieving Purpose”. Then, he smiled like “Oh, Mummy”. Finally, we have moved to our new site and I am so excited to be doing this today. So, you are also a MAP. As a map and as a MAP, what essential traits should you have? What is a map and what does a map […]

#Tips Tuesday – Get Adult Company

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Do you feel burnt out, tired and overwhelmed? Are you tired of moving from home to work and back home again every single day of your life? When you’re not at work, the only form of relaxation you get is getting the kids to bed and sorting through your children’s bickering! If this is how you feel, you are definitely not alone. A lot of women who have children feel like they are so busy, […]

#Monday Motivation – Unshakable

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“…you who are the confidence of all the ends of the earth…” – Psalm 65:5b It’s another week! A Beautiful one that the Lord has made. Anytime I have the privilege of opening my eyes, I get so excited because of all the possibilities that I can see. So what about you? Are you excited about the new week? Or are you apprehensive about it? Are you looking at your own capabilities and telling yourself, […]

My Home, My Kids, My Responsibility

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I interact a lot with young people, especially in church on a regular basis. I also have school aged children that are mine. I have found it very interesting when I hear parents complain about how the church is not influencing their children enough to do the right things. I saw an infograph on social media a few days ago and it triggered in me the need to finish this post [I had started writing […]

#SNMomsPray Friday – I am Spreading Out

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“Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your tent curtains wide, do not hold back; lengthen your cords, strengthen your stakes. For you will spread out to the right and to the left; your descendants will dispossess nations and settle in their desolate cities.” – Isaiah 54:2-3   Thank You Lord for Your word to me today. Thank You for being mindful of me. I am so grateful because I am convinced more than ever […]

#Tips Tuesday

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My son was trying to memorize a poem just yesterday after school. The poem intrigued me because of the way it was written. Every line has “as….as…” For instance, the first line was: “As slow as a Start” or something like that. He then asked, why does it say “as slow as a start”? I could only explain giving the example of starting to drive a car. I said, “When you want to move a […]

The One Basic Lesson To Teach Your Kids About Financial Responsibility

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This post was first written for and published by ‘She Leads Africa’. Just thought I should share here too. Don’t you just wish you had been taught about financial responsibility when you were much younger? A number of us only began to take lessons in handling our finances in adulthood. In our rapidly changing world, it has never become more imperative to teach our children the need for handling money well. In fact, it’s such an […]

#Monday Motivation – Take Responsibility

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“You care for the land and water it; you enrich it abundantly. The streams of God are filled with water to provide the people with grain, for so you have ordained it.” – Psalm 65:9 Welcome to a Brand New Week! I love new things. They have a way of instilling hope in my heart. I may understand why some may not be bothered about the new week, after all it’s the same old, same […]

#MomsPray Friday

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“May our sons flourish in their youth like well-nurtured plants. May our daughters be like graceful pillars, carved to beautify a palace.” – Psalm 144:12 And the child grew and became strong in spirit; and he lived in the wilderness until he appeared publicly to Israel. – Luke 1:80 And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom: and the grace of God was upon him. – Luke 2:40 Jesus grew in […]

From Summer To Class: How To Ease Your Child Back Into School

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The holidays are winding down – at least in my part of the world! And it is back to school and to reality for you and the children too. Did I hear a sigh of relief from a Mom? The end of summer is usually a bitter sweet time. Sweet because you no longer have to spend all your time trying to ensure the kids are comfortable and having a nice time. And bitter because […]