In an interview with The Christian Post, Tamela Davis, wife of Saints’ Linebacker Demario Davis and mother of five, shares her thoughts on the beauty of motherhood, the dangers of perfectionism and idolizing family, and raising children to know and love the Lord.
Here are seven mothers who were important figures in Christian history, either through the influence they had on their famous children or through their own actions. They include a member of the court of the Roman Empire, the widow of an American missionary martyred in Ecuador, and a charitable figure in the early church.
Communist authorities arrested a preacher from the heavily-persecuted house church in southwestern China’s Sichuan province, Early Rain Covenant Church, for “allegedly disturbing public order” by officiating a member’s funeral.
This week in Christian history: Pantheon converted, Jesuit missionary to China dies; Gregorian calendar pope elected
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While I had escaped her pleading with me, I had not escaped her pleading with God. Much later, after I had come to faith, my mother revealed how she had determined to quit talking and instead to diligently pray that her daughters would be saved.
The blessing is for the mother who wakes up in the wee hours of the morning to feed her children and the blessing is for the mother who wakes up when that baby is now a teenager or an adult, interceding and weeping for her child.
Every working mother knows that having a job outside the home (and sometimes more than one) can tip the delicate balance between work and family in the wrong direction.
As for being anti-war, that was hardly a philosophical issue for me. It was simply pragmatic: I was getting high and playing drums in a rock band. Why on earth would I want to go to Vietnam to be killed in battle?
Sermon illustrations are tricky. You try to be funny, but it falls flat. You try to be inspirational, but you’re cheesy. You try to be serious, and you have a booger in your nose.
My dear daughters, here are a few tips I found to strengthen and promote me in life, I pray they help you to “Think Differently and Life Powerfully.”
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