Devotions for Moms
As moms, we all need daily spiritual nourishment. The devotions and other resources you’ll find here at Manna for Moms will help you recognize and receive the spiritual nourishment God provides in each little moment of your life as a mother. You’ll learn how you can hear God’s voice even—or perhaps especially—in the ordinary.
Whether you’re a new mom or a mom whose children are grown; a mom of one, or of many; or a mom who works outside the home or inside the home, you will recognize yourself in these devotions, because you’ve been there, too.
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“Mommy, can I have a cookie?” Timmy asked. “No,” I said, “we’re going to eat dinner soon.” “But I want a cookie!” “Sorry. It’s almost time for dinner.” “But I LIKE cookies.” “After dinner.” By this point, Timmy was getting distressed. “But how can I eat a cookie if you won’t LET me?” he begged. […]
Look at the picture accompanying this devotional (it’s over to the right). Go ahead, look at it. What do you see in the foreground? The other day, as I was walking into the kitchen, Lindsey met me as she was coming in from the back yard. Beaming, she held out a fistful of grass and […]
Did you watch Sesame Street as a child? I did. I loved it. One of my favorite segments was the “One of These Things” game. They would show a square evenly divided into four smaller squares. Then, they would add one item to each square, three of which were similar, and one of which was […]
Ahhhhh, cake walks. The anticipation of maybe, just maybe, hearing your number called and getting to choose the cake of your dreams. I actually remember one particular cake walk from sometime when I was in elementary school. I won! I walked over to the table and chose the cake I had had my eye on […]
Raising young children is hard. It’s hard. I know this. As proof, I could tell you about all the things I’ve sacrificed and all the times I’ve wanted to scream in frustration or sob in discouragement. But I won’t tell you, because you already know. You understand. After all, what’s so special about holding our […]