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Ruth and Naomi (Ruth 1:1-18)

Ruth and Naomi (Ruth 1:1-18)

Naomi and Ruth do not have a biological mother-daughter relationship. But their story becomes one fo the most powerful mothering stories in the Bible, especially how adults continue to foster mother-daughter relationships far beyond childhood.

Mothers In the Image of God (Hosea 11:1-4)

Mothers In the Image of God (Hosea 11:1-4)

While the Bible does use the masculine pronouns for God and portrays Him as our Father, men are not the only ones made in the image of God. And God is not only the model for fathers but also for mothers. We look at some passages which use mothering language to describe God’s nurturing activity with His children. And what does this language teach us about mothering?

A Mother's Treasure (Luke 2:41-52)

A Mother's Treasure (Luke 2:41-52)

What we can learn from Mary's treasuring of her moments with her oldest son

Caring for Family (1 Timothy 5:3-16)

Caring for Family (1 Timothy 5:3-16)

You might be surprised how much the Bible has to say not only about providing care for your children but also for parents as they grow older. 

Maternal Hunger (Psalm 127:1-5)

Maternal Hunger (Psalm 127:1-5)

We use the story of Hannah to dive into the desire for motherhood and rekindle that desire in mothers and mother figures of all ages.