Sharing the Journey of Motherhood

“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works”
(Hebrews 10:24, ESV).

Mom comforting daughterWhat a blessing it has been to hear from all you folks who are so eager to train your children with God’s Word!

My apologies if I’m overlooking any dads out there, but I’m guessing this is going to be a mostly-for-mamas blog. My heart’s desire is to somehow encourage and build up you dear ladies who are in the trenches – changing diapers, wiping noses, settling arguments, kissing boom-booms, sweeping up crumbs, folding laundry – engaged in the daily battles that are continually advancing Christ’s kingdom and preparing the next generation to be good soldiers for Jesus. Your work is so important!

This blogging thing is a new experience for me. I have lots to learn. Thank goodness for my irrationally patient firstborn son, Daniel, who is willing to show me over and over again how to do something on the computer until I finally understand how to do it myself. I’m so thankful for him! He works so hard and has such creative ideas, and he has darling little girls and a wonderful wife that make my life so much richer.

I know you will make my life richer, too. I look forward to getting to know you all as we share this journey of motherhood together. Thanks for reading!

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  1. I’m so glad you’ve started a blog! Your products have been such a help to me- I grew up in an unbelieving home and am now a pastor’s wife in the CREC. I have gleaned so much from your books and I recommend them often! God bless you and keep you.

  2. Thanks so much for posts like these! Hearing a biblical view of family life and motherhood is a breath of fresh air!

  3. Praise God, I am so happy you started blogging 🙂 What a blessing! I love your ministry and look forward to reading…thank you so much!
    Cheryl from TX

  4. Mellissa Pitchford

    Thank you for starting this blog 🙂

  5. Hi Pam!!! You are my Titus 2 mentor via the internet and your wonderful books! :o) Thank you and Daniel for this blog. It couldn’t have come at a better time. One day I was so frustrated with teaching my little one to read (Alpha-Phonics) that I almost picked up the phone to call you at Doorposts. LOL

    Thank you again for all that you do, letting Christ work through you, to shine his glory and to mentor all of us mothers. God bless!

    (WA State, moving back home to TX Air Force wife and Homeschool mama)

  6. I’m so excited about this blog. I’m anxious to meet other mothers who are raising their littles in the Light. Thankful to you and everyone else for another great resource! Thanks!!

  7. Shannon, I had to laugh, reading your comment. We used Alpha-Phonics, too. It’s a great (and simple) method. But teaching my children to read rated right up there with potty-training in my list of least favorite mommy jobs (but well worth the effort)! A great opportunity to grow in patience, huh?

  8. Come and write for Raising Homemakers! Love love love how encouraging and wise you are! Seriously, we would love an article from you once/month or every two months…consider? 🙂

  9. Hi Pam, thank you so much for opening your life to share your wisdom and thoughts. I look forward to reading this blog! xxx

  10. I am SO excited to be following this blog! Thank you so much for all your thoughts and ideas!!

  11. Hebrews 10:24-25 Another great verse to use with a desktop photo to use for encouragement! Thank you.

  12. Thank you so much for your blogs they have been very encouraging to me. The last two years I have been diagnosed with a couple of disorders that have totally changed my life. I am on several meds for my heart,blood pressure (low blood pressure), lungs and have ten children whom i love and am determined no matter what to raise them for Jesus. So spending time on this web page and reading blogs have been a true blessing for me. Thanks so much. missy

  13. I love your products and looking forward to all your posts. 🙂

  14. Thank you for starting a blog to encourage the moms in the trenches 🙂 Looking forward to reading your posts!!!

  15. I’ve recently learned of Doorpost and am the mother of 4 girls (all born within 5 years of each other!). So, I truly am “in the trenches.” 🙂 I look forward to gleaning wisdom from you as I travel this journey of motherhood.

  16. I am so thankful that you started a blog…I have been receiving emails from Doorposts for some time now. I so enjoy reading about your family…and am always encouraged, from babies to courtship, living righteous lives, parenting, loving our husband’s, raising Godly sons and daughters, and the list goes on. 🙂

    I agree with Shannon…(In regards to Titus 2 mentorship). I was not raised in a Christian home, not where we lived out our beliefs or followed Jesus. I am so thankful for the women of God that the Lord has brought into my life, who are His examples to me, of Biblical womanhood. Thank you so much for being a willing vessel. May God richly bless you and your family!

    P.S. I do hope you will write for Raising Homemakers! We have 6 children and one on the way. Our only daughter is #6, and I am reading/learning/growing/gleaning, all I can, to raise her for the glory of God!

  17. I am thankful for you taking on this endeavor that is “outside of you box”. Just reading the job description for mom brought a tear to my eye. Sometimes it is so easy to get so wrapped up in that description that you lose sight of the fact that IT IS IMPORTANT! I appreciate that you are walking beside moms to remind them how important their job really is.

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