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Mothers Day: Guidance and Encouragement for Moms

Heart of the Matter Radio

Release Date: 05/08/2020

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As a seasoned mother of five, Carol McLeod looked back over the years and related the joys and chaos of mothering her brood. With gentle wisdom she offered both encouragement and guidance.

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After suffering abuse as a child, Delores Liesner still chose to be her mother's caregiver. In her amazing story, she tells how God showed up in tough situations. She leaned on God and set boundaries as she cared for a mother who had never been kind.

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Cynthia and her husband celebrated 43 years of marriage. Mavian Arocha-Rowe and Cynthia discussed ways to stay in love.

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As moms, we work hard when our kids are little to protect them from bad influences. We care do deeply. It's hard to watch our grown kids make bad choices.

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I have been interviewing for over ten years now, and I've heard sad stories of heartbreak and abuse. However, I can tell you, God knows how to heal and restore.

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Raising five children, I discovered you never know what to expect from your very creative kids. (even when they grow up) However, having a disabled child upends your world. First you grieve, and then you try to cope.

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Decorated eggs come to mind when we think of Easter, and today many kids get their photos made with bunnies. I have a few of my granddaughter with the Easter bunny, and they are precious. But Easter has a message that goes far beyond rabbits.

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Here's a lovely story from history about being the bright spot in someone's day.

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Just after I had my first baby, the doctor examined her and told me she was beautiful. "Enjoy her."

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All of us love our children and want them to feel loved and secure. How can we be sure they are developing normally?

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I remember when my fifth child started to babble, and friends said he'd soon be calling me, "Mommy." The other four called me already, so I wasn't anxious for him to talk too. Later, I learned he was autistic spectrum. After that, I felt terrible about wanting him to be quiet. 

Being a mom is tough and brings lots of conflicting feelings. Sometimes we feel exhausted.

Michelle Medlock Adams , who is a mom and author, offered help and encouragement this week.