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June 16, 2022

Dad—Your Kids Will Relate To Their Mom Based On Your Actions

Where do children learn to think highly of their mothers?

May 03, 2019

The Relentless Love of a Mom

Author: Cathe Laurie

Here's to all the women who desire to be godly spiritual mothers. Every one of us who are mature in the faith can—and should—rise up as mothers in the church.

July 25, 2017

The Science Deniers

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

My friend just found out that she is pregnant for the first time, and she and her husband are ecstatic. The new mom had an ultrasound a few days ago, and the doctor determined that the ...

May 03, 2017

What is Better Than Being a Mom?

Question: Dr. Dobson, what answer do you have for those who say being a mother of small children and a homemaker is boring?

May 13, 2016

Parental Burnout

What is it like to experience parental burnout? According to Procaccini and Kiefaber, it occurs in five progressive stages, each more stressful than the ones before. The first can be called ...

April 29, 2016

Two Essentials to be a Successful Mom

My mother was a very strong woman when she was young. It was only through her wisdom and devotion that I survived the emotional pressures of my early childhood. To keep her family fed, Mom ...

April 29, 2016

Why A Mother's Influence Can't Be Overstated

Few of us enjoy heart-thumping excitement each moment of our professional lives. How thrilling is the work of a medical pathologist who examines bacterial cultures from morning until night ...

March 22, 2013

Don’t Let PC Schools Hijack Language

Author: Rebecca Hagelin

Growing up, many of us were called names by our classmates and peers. A popular response we may have used was, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." Well, ...

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