How do you spell Mother? S I G N I F I C A N T

Lisa Shaw Radio iTunes FINALMothers (birth and adoptive), Grandmothers, Godmothers, Aunties, Foster Moms, Group Home-Moms, Guardian-Moms, Spiritual Moms–and all women who pour into the lives of children young and into adult-hood, you are welcome to listen in.  You are all important to the generations you are pouring into and those who will come after them.

A mother who loves her children, will understand that her children are a gift and parenting (loving, nurturing, mentoring, influencing, developing, disciplining and pouring into the life of a human being), is a privilege not a right. Being called “mother”, comes with great blessings and some challenges. We must be significant in the lives of our children young and adult. There are 4 specific ways Lisa will share with you that Mother’s are significant.

Listen in to the podcast and be encouraged and strengthened in the calling God has given to you—Mother.

2 Responses to How do you spell Mother? S I G N I F I C A N T

  1. You always speak with such love Lisa! I could identify with much of what you said about your grandmother. I am so thankful I never doubted my mother’s love. I’ve been disappointed that I was unable to have children. But God has blessed me abundantly with a classroom of little ones who frequently slip up and called me ‘mom’. It’s so cute. They say mommy and stop, laugh and then say “I mean Miss Debbie’. But it touches my heart that they feel so comfortable around me. I feel blessed to be a part of their lives even if it’s just for a season.

    Love you Lisa,

    • Debbie, You were blessed to have your Mother’s love as I was blessed to have my Grandma’s love. My heart hurts for you as I know your heart to have had children but I also know that God has and is using you to impart His love into so many little children who adore you. YEARS from now many of them will say, “I remember Miss Debbie and what she meant to me. How she smiled and what she taught me.” You are legacy building and you are a spiritual mother to many!

      Love you much!

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