Honoring Mom on Mother’s Day

Love Your Mom

“Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: ‘Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all.'” Proverbs 31:28-29 ESV

Tell us what you love about your mom!

“She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” Proverbs 31:25 NLT

2 thoughts on “Honoring Mom on Mother’s Day

  1. I had a birth mother, a God mother, and a foster mother. But God gave me a MOM in my sister in law. At 21, after the birth of her first child, she(and my brother 21) took in a troubled 16 year old. She was there for me!!! She taught me to do makeup; she taught me to drive(even bumped a police car on my way to drivers test); she was there when I went to prom; she taught me to be good with money! My mom taught me to love; she taught me that having a relationship with God was important. She loved me and I am who am am today…a college graduate…a mom of three…a pastors wife! I love my sister in law Lori Babino

  2. I have a birth mother that left the family when I was about 7 years old, but only in my life from time to time, but after awhile I received a step-mother when I was about 8 or 9 years old and I had a flight with her because she was not my mother and told her that..
    Now I’m 43 years old and I am very grateful that she has been in my life even though we didn’t always agree,
    She has been there for all of my life’s journey’s.
    When I was 11 yrs.old I had went to school and 1st hour or 2nd, I had to use the restroom and I was in there for to go and the teacher had sent someone to check on me , and I told them that I couldn’t get off the toilet, I was cramping and I was bleeding and I didn’t know what to do.. so my teacher had called my step-mother to come and pick me up and told her why, so when got home she had told me what was going on and why.
    She had taught me how to shave my under arms and legs.. taught me how to put makeup on . She helped my dad raise me with her son which he is a year older than me, he watched out for me as a big brother should even though I wasn’t to happy about but I’m glad he was there for me when needed and not..
    My step-mother was there for me when I had birth classes and had my first child and she cut the umbilical cord because I kicked the baby’s father out and yes my real my was there to visit but did not want to cut the cord the doctor asked her first because she is the biological gland mother and she said no and for my step-mother did.. my step-mother was there for my 2nd child as while as while as the baby’s father but my real mother was not there.
    I Am Very Grateful For My Step-Mother That She Was There For Me At All Costs..

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