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A few years into her mothering, Jamie decided that she wanted to put more emphasis on Easter in her home. It bothered her that Christmas–the day set aside to remember the birth of Christ--had become an entire season of celebration and yet Easter–the ... more
Today we’re welcoming Jess Ronne to the podcast. Jess is the author of Sunlight Burning at Midnight, founder of a non-profit, and mom of 8 including her son, Lucas, born with profound disabilities. Jess became a widow and single mom at 33, after lo... more
“But so-and-so has one.” “It’s all your fault.” “That’s not fair.” As moms, we’ve all heard these dramatic declarations on occasion–often at full volume and packaged in tears. But while in their immaturity, kids can be prone to selfishness, if left u... more
This podcast is not to be missed as it feeds the wife's and mama's soul. It is practical and so encouraging, making you feel that you are not the only mom who wants something different than what the current culture is feeding our kids.
Encouraging, real podcast!
I am “paving the way” for our friend group in motherhood, and my oldest is only 3! Most of my friends have kids younger than ours or don’t have any. Kate, September, and Jamie do such a great job if identifying the struggle and meeting it with encouragement grounded in Jesus and Scripture. I’m so grateful to glean from their wisdom!
I love this podcast! In a world where sometimes it feels like it’s okay for a woman to be anything other than a stay at home mom and wife, this podcast has both reminded me that I’m seeking to please God and God alone and that it’s okay for me to do what I feel God has put in my heart to do and not worry about all the noise and comments people would try to speak against that. Thank you ladies for all the encouragement!
Thank you ladies, I’ve been listening to some of the episodes the last couple of days and I’ve been blessed, there was a specific topic that I haven’t talked to anyone about but it’s been bothering for quite some time and you ladies spoke a word into my heart, I didn’t know how much I needed it. more
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Mom to Mom Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 101 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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