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3 Ways a Single Mom Can Take Care of Herself

Here's the question: If God dropped the survival mask, would you grab ahold of its life-giving air? The good news is, he has!

The Tithe and the Single Mom

Tithing as a single mom can be difficult, perhaps more so than any other person. But here's why you can't afford not to...

9 Ways for Single Parents to Plan for Summer Childcare

On the last day of school, I want my first thoughts to be: this will be a great summer.

  • Scoti Springfield Domeij |
  • May 22, 2014 |
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A Single Father’s Path from Destruction to Salvation

“I should be dead, paralyzed, or locked up in prison.” These are the words I use when sharing my testimony with others.

Can I be Honest with My Kids?

Though I’m sure my kids can tell when I’m going through something, we sort of have a don’t ask, don’t tell policy.

When Daddy Gaps Hit Close to Home

Is there someone that you can think of right now that needs to hear a word from God?

Thoughtful Parenting: How to Wield Your Power Well

You have the ability to help shape the perception your children have of the world. Do you take this task seriously?

The Weak Duck: A Single Mom’s Easter Lesson

“But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise... the weak things of the world to shame the strong.”

How to Reach Beyond the Loneliness of Single Parenthood

As a single parent and the parent of a special needs child, I sometimes felt as if I had a double dose of loneliness.

How to Parent in the Midst of a Difficult Marriage

You’d think my trickiest mothering season would've been transitioning to a single mom. And yet, that was not the toughest stretch.

Can I Homeschool as a Single Parent?

Divorce, death, and deployment are facts of life, but they shouldn’t mean the end of homeschooling.

Learning to Accept and Let Go of what You Can't Change

There are many books about single parenting and tips on how to raise the children alone, but few about your own emotional health.

Why 2 out of 3 Single Moms Don't Attend Your Church

It is estimated that 67% of single parents in the country aren't connected to a local church. Why?

Making the Small Moments Matter

I am very aware that my kids will not be with me much longer. So, I am taking mental pictures all the time.

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • February 27, 2014 |
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Co-Parenting with an Ex: Are You an Advocate or Adversary?

I think there are two things we can agree on as single parents: 1) Co-parenting is necessary. 2) It is not always easy!

The ABC's of Valentine's Day

When I was a single mom with two elementary children, I had to gear up a week in advance for the big day: Valentine’s Day.

How to Live in the Present

One reality that kept me from enjoying the present as a single mom was feeling entombed between the past and the future.

Where Will Your Children Be in 10 Years?

In ten years, my kids will be 27 and 25. I will be 53. I may be a grandmother. I have to go throw up now.

Helping the Single Fathers in Your Life

Single parent ministry is a whole new level of reaching people. It can be discouraging, messy, and rarely consistent.

The Fear That Gripped Me

Fear can grip our very soul, immobilize and paralyze us. Learn to battle fearlessly.

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