I used to be an angry mom.  To those who know me right now, that would come as a complete shock.  It would be difficult for them to believe.  Not because I put on this façade of my mothering or because my kids live in a state of fear of embarrassing me…but because the fruit of Godly parenting is evident in my family.  Trust me, this did not happen because I’m ‘all that’.  Actually, it is a by-product of some necessary steps of healing I’ve had to take in my own life.  It’s actually quite fascinating how it has unfolded.  And the realization of the serious effects that my own spiritual, emotional, and mental health have on my children humbles my heart.  Because it could have turned out much differently.  And not in a good way.  Especially when you compare your own past of being raised in an unstable home and you see a huge difference.  Again, I am humbled.  So humbled that my God chose to heal me and make me the woman…and mom…I am today.  Humbled that my husband showed incredible patience with me – seriously, he could have left, God knows he had more than enough reason to between me and my family.  

I know the importance of mom’s overall health – and how it affects parenting – and the overall health of her children her entire family.  That’s why I chose Ifeoma’s post, as my feature this week.  She puts forth some very thought-provoking questions for us moms.  I hope you take the time to pop over to her site and read through the questions, asking yourself as you read.  Take our time.  Don’t rush the process.  Your parenting will greatly benefit from it as you seek healing from the Healer of your heart.

Ifeoma, please be sure to grab this “I’ve Been Featured” image below and add it, with a link to this page, to your post so that your readers can celebrate with you!  

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Now for this week’s link up!  Let’s bless and encourage one another in our walk with the Lord.

Grace & Truth : A Weekly Christian Link Up

Grace & Truth exists to point people to Jesus! We hope this link-up will be a source of encouragement each and every week. If you’re a blogger our hope is that you’ll use this space as a way to meet new friends within the Christian blogging community. If you’re a reader our hope is that you’ll meet new bloggers that love Jesus just as much as you do! Most of all, we hope you’ll meet Jesus here.

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Arabah Joy

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A Divine Encounter

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Aimee Imbeau – A Work of Grace

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2.) Leave 1-2 of your most recent CHRISTIAN LIVING posts. Please do not link DIY, Crafts, Recipes, etc. Links of this kind will be deleted. We also reserve the right to delete posts that don’t align with the theme or that are deemed by the hostesses to be inappropriate.

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Aimee Imbeau

Aimee is a wife to an incredible husband, Marcus, and mother to three fabulous children. She works from home as a homeschool support teacher and she homeschools her own children as well. She loves writing abut her faith and decided to give blogging a try in 2013. The rest is history...