Encouragement in Motherhood Blogs
I’m a Catholic SAHM and University of Kansas alum (Rock Chalk) trying to navigate the world of motherhood. I write about my experiences in life, as a mom, and post recipes on occasion. I enjoys solving mysteries (Okay..reading mysteries or watching them on TV), cooking, and drinking way too much caffeine than I should. Basically, anything I need to do to survive motherhood.
Through scripture and relatable personal stories, be encouraged as you seek a life that has less anxiety and more of the Peace that Passes Understanding.
Women have many roles. Each of those roles has many tasks associated with it. At times, those tasks can become continuous, repetitive and thankless. The days, weeks, months and years could add up to a monotonous drudgery. That’s not what God wants for you! At Joy In My Kitchen you’ll find stories, Biblical instruction and practical ideas for enjoying the days God gives you. Come, be encouraged to enjoy the many roles you play in your family and community.
Here on my Christian mom blog you’ll find my thoughts on topics I am passionate about such as prayer journaling, activities for children, teaching kids responsibility and being a working mom.
I’m a fifth generation Oklahoma Panhandle Pioneer. Sometimes I struggle with carrying Bible, coffee, sewing basket, and feed bucket all at the same time so I commit the Bible to my heart, sip my coffee fast, sew every chance I get, delegate chores, and disciple the children along the way. Every day is a surprise! I blog about homeschooling, homemaking, and homesteading at PrairieDustTrail.com and I’m author of Star Chronicles: A Bible Based Study of the Stars.
This blog inspires readers to embrace their life, grow in their motherhood journey, and explore a deeper faith. All individuals are welcome, for His Grace covers all! Inspiring stories, real struggles, hilarious mishaps, and powerful insights are shared to encourage women through their daily life. Meet me at the cafe, and let’s have a cup of coffee together while we laugh, cry, pray, and connect in a deep and fulfilling conversation.
I write to encourage younger mothers to live more intentionally for the Lord, to love their husbands, and to train their children to be Godly men and women whose lives glorify the Lord.