Amber Lia and Wendy Speake realized their anger was triggered by their kids, and sometimes just by life. Amber and Wendy talk about the triggers of fatigue, frustration, and sibling rivalry.
Amber Lia and Wendy Speake share that triggers--whether messiness or a child's immaturity--are really opportunities, and moms must remind themselves that they don't have to get angry.
Moms Amber Lia and Wendy Speake can relate to mothers who get frustrated with their kids. Lia and Speake talk about some of the 31 triggers that can provoke a mom to lose her cool.
September McCarthy talks about the challenges and joys of motherhood. September reminds us that children are made to be received and later released.
Ken Calwell, joins his wife, Sandy, to talk about some of the things they wanted to teach their son before he left for college, such as how to handle adversity. Ken recalls his own brush with adversity.
Sandy Calwell decided to stay home with her son instead of pursuing her career as a media executive. Sandy and her husband, Ken, talk about her transition.
Sandy Calwell talks about her decision to stay home with her son and invest herself in her family, rather than pursuing the career she loved. Joining her is her supportive husband, Ken.
Mom, has cleaning, cooking and changing diapers all day lost its luster?
We all dream of what life will be like once we're married. But the reality doesn't always match the dream.
Meeting "the one" her freshman year, moving to Germany... Those weren't the only surprises God would have for her in the coming years.
If the wife makes more money than the husband, why shouldn't she make the living while her husband watches the kids?
Who should stay home with the kids?
Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock call women to be all they can be by demonstrating God's love for beauty and order in the home.