I want to wish all my lovely readers a wonderful and blessed Mother’s Day! In honor of this day, I wanted to repost an article I did on motherhood a few years ago to keep us focused on the high calling of mothers….enjoy!
Reclaiming the Lost Vision of Motherhood
O’ for mothers to hold in their
hands a child who’s soul is eternal and to grasp the vision of changing
the world through her mothering as she purposes toward multigenerational
To look into the eyes of her
child and know that God has put a purpose for that child here on
earth–to advance the kingdom of heaven– which is glorifying the Father
he serve’s above. Mothers also put on earth for royal purposes, to raise
children for the King. Shaping and molding them to become one day
warriors for the Lord. Who will not just feed the poor in secret but
also help direct and change the course of a nation. History has proven
time and time again, that one person can change the course of history.
You never know who you might be raising. Susannah Wesley never knew the
child she rocked in the cradle would take England by storm. John Wesley
started a movement and said, “If I can find ten men who hate nothing but
sin, love nothing but God, and seek nothing but the souls of men, we
can turn England upside down for God.” This man, did indeed with the
help from God, turned England upside down for God.
Mothers, do we understand that what
is done in the four walls of our home–that it is holy work done to the
Lord? As we teach that small child to stand, are you praying that one
day he will stand strong for the Lord against wickedness? As you teach
him to walk, are you teaching them to walk to the lost and preach the
gospel? When you teach them to read, are you telling them that one day
they will read the Word to the masses and that lives will be transformed
In other words are you raising
your children to be world changers? Yesterday I gathered all my children
together and shared with them how God gave them life for the sole
purpose of changing the world—for HIM. Who is the child who understands
his purpose in life—his calling? Where is the child who has been
whispered to and reminded that he will one day change the world since he
was a wee babe? How would our lives have been different had our mothers
embraced such a vision?
As mothers we need to equip our
children well to do the work the Lord has assigned for them to do. We
must diligently teach scripture, we must teach godly character, we must
teach love for the Lord and the lost without growing discouraged
ourselves for we have the Masters work at hand, an honorable and
momentous responsibility! We must understand that lost souls could be at
stake and nations could be destroyed if we do not fulfill this high
calling of motherhood. We cannot simply render ourselves weary and
ultimately give up.
Do you notice that little boy
who is playing in the sandbox? He might very well be the world’s next
church planter. That little girl in the corner who is quietly playing
dolls might one day raise a martyr for Christ. The little baby in your
arms whom you cradle today could very well go to Africa one day and
share the gospel to the lost tribes.
I am convinced that the greatest
world changers have not been written about in history books, and that
only God knows who they are. They are God’s best kept secrets. They are
the unnoticed people in society-the old man you brushed by walking to
the store today. They are the ones who do great and mighty works in
private where only He sees. They are the ones that make a difference
through the one small, powerful act that the Lord had assigned them to.
These will be richly rewarded in Heaven for their faithfulness—we will
find them seated at the right hand of Christ in Heaven!
Our lasting influence impacts
future generations through our children, our grandchildren and great
grandchildren whether for good or for evil. Which are you raising for
the Lord? Descendants who could be an army to take the world by storm or
descendants who build up alters to false gods? We must revive the
vision of multigenerational faithfulness! We cannot change our homes
through the efforts of our flesh—it comes from grace and power from God
alone—but we are required to do our part. We cannot fall short of this
glorious vocation because our Lord has called us to it. And where He
calls us to- we must obey.
Now in of honor those great
mothers who have come before us who have sacrificed their lives, gave
unselfishly, wept in the dark to the Savior and persevered to the end—we
applaud you! You have paved the way for us behind you! The Lord has
used you as a mighty instrument in His hand and you are surely called
blessed among your children. Your dedication has lasting power that is
the sweet aroma of Jesus Christ.
God certainly uses the weak to
shame the strong. And he uses ordinary people who serve an amazing God
that has extraordinary plans to help us reclaim our vision for
motherhood and build a godly nation for Him.
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Mothering in today’s world is no easy task. Culture around us seeks to deceive mothers into thinking that what they are doing does not matter in the present or the future. How, as Christian mothers are we called to respond to this deception? Being aware of the lies that have infiltrated the culture and our churches are mandatory in keeping our focus of mothering for the Lord. We cannot influence generations if we are gullible in our thinking and weak in our walk with the Lord. We must strengthen our minds daily with the Word and be able to discern what righteous thinking is in an evil, anti-family world.
Satan knows the power motherhood holds. He would like us to perceive it as lowly, despised, wasteful and even burdensome as is so commonly believed today. It is evidenced in broken homes and neglected children—a result of generational breakdown and sin. Lies that are common for mothers today are: “It’s too hard, I can’t handle it.” or “I’m wasting my time, there are ‘greater’ things I can do with my life.” Dear mothers, there is no greater calling than right where our gracious Lord has so sovereignly placed you, to raise precious souls for the King of Kings. Souls are eternal, and earthly, worldy pursuits are not. Let us always keep that perspective—with one eye on the present and another on the eternal.
Worldly thinking is anti-children in it’s philosophy. It is completely opposite of God’s. Godly wisdom always welcomes blessings. “And whoever welcomes a little child like this is my name welcomes me.” Matthew 18:4. God’s makes his heart toward children very clear to us us:
“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
So therefore His heart must be
our heart. We want to walk in the full anointing, joy and glory of
motherhood that he has purposed for us. We must free ourselves of the
bondages that hinder motherhood. That means getting rid of all the lies,
that means not accepting the worlds way of parenting, that means taking
up our cross and dying to self. We must immerse ourselves in our role
and delight in it! Yes, I said, delight in it…”My heart took delight in
all my work…” Ecclesiastes 2:10b
WE ARE BUILDING WITH PRECIOUS LIVES.
WE ARE BUILDING STRONG HOMES.
AS WE BUILD STRONG AND SECURE HOMES, WE ARE BUILDING A NATION.
AS WE BUILD GODLINESS INTO THE NATION, WE ARE BUILDING GODLY GENERATIONS.
AS WE BUILD GODLY GENERATIONS, WE ARE ALSO BUILDING FOR ETERNITY!
(Taken from the Power of Motherhood by Nancy Campbell)
I leave you a quote so kindly shared with us from Sir Walter J. Chantry:
There is no more demanding work
in the world, no more awe-inspiring job descriptions than raising godly
seed. It will challenge all the genius, talent and grace that any human
being could possess… It is the highest calling any woman can enter.”
7 wise responses:
- Isaiah5513 said…
- Thank you for your obedience to
the Lord in writing His heart on the subject of Biblical womanhood.
This is one of the most beautiful -to the eyes and soul- blogs I’ve
- May 8, 2007 7:45:00 AM CDT
- Help meet said…
- It’s so refreshing to be
reminded of how important motherhood is to God. Were trying to give our
children what we didn’t have, a mom at home. Our families don’t
understand and think I should be, “doing something with my life.” Even
the church we came from sees nothing wrong with the working mother
(after all if she stayed home with the kids, they say, “then we couldn’t
afford to keep our house!”)
I really like how you said, “souls are eternal, and earthly, worldy pursuits are not.”
I’m glad God thinks me being at home with my children is more important than owning a house!
- May 10, 2007 12:12:00 AM CDT
- Angie said…
- Thank You for this post!!!
I wish our culture believed this truth!!
- May 10, 2007 9:25:00 PM CDT
- Starlie said…
- I really enjoyed and
appreciated this blog, it is very well written and explained. Could I
please have permission to re-post it on my blog, linking it back to you,
- July 15, 2011 7:32:00 PM CDT
One morning I had a bit of a cold so I stayed and snuggled in bed for a bit longer and notorious reader that I am, I grabbed the nearest magazine off my nightstand and found myself reading through a lengthy article entitled “Too Sexy Too Soon” in Family Circle’s December 2008 issue. The article was written by, I’m assuming, a non-Christian mom who’s daughter had asked for a bra at the age of seven to be like her lovely friends at school.
She also pointed out how young daughters idolize pop culture as she narrowed in on a few trendy names like Hannah Montana (Miley Cyrus) , Cheetah Girls, and Bratz dolls and how these impressionable daughters imitate older girls and act more sensual (through dancing) and dress more seductively than their own age. (BTW, if you do a google search on the names above as I did, be prepared to brace yourselves to see who is leading the way for young girls today–girls as young as 5-10 years old are fans to these).
I couldn’t have agreed more and then was even more astonished because a few pages later in the same magazine there was the latest advertisement for a Barbie movie, I couldn’t believe what she was wearing. I was saddened to see it all go this far…what will it be like for the next generation of girls?
But my greater question that was sadly running through my mind is—where are the mothers? And the fathers? And even more so—the discernment? Do we not know if we put these types of ‘teen idols’ in front of them that they will mimick them?
Harmless, is the cry of the masses–why, don’t you remember being that age? Indeed we do, we remember the heartbreak, the brokenness, the trading of our souls, the stolen innocence….all while we were being raped of our purity—what is there not to remember? That is even more the reason why we need to fiercely protect our children from the massive onslaught of the media and culture that finds pleasure in attacking and violating the helpless naivety of the young.
Now if you are a mother reading here today that has been allowing your daughter to engage in the likes of the people mentioned above, I want to greatly warn you of the dangers of allowing your precious children to ‘keep company’ with influences that will truly harm your children’s lives. This is by no means to sound or be judgmental in anyway but with great love and admonishment that I plead with you to pray over and examine the decisions made over whom will influence your most precious treasure—your children.
Will they be the next generation that is strong and will fight for the Lord or will they be the generation that will succumb to this wasted world and be seduced by the devil and his cleverly wicked antics? Remember, what we put before them today will be a huge determining factor in the future of what they will become tomorrow and whatever a man soweth that is also what he will reap.
Finally, I’d like to add that there is a great need to pray daily for the ‘teen idols’ that are out there making a lasting impression on our youth today. We need to pray that they will turn from their wrong ways. We need to pray that they will turn to the Lord. We need to pray for a clear understanding of what their example is on others and its lasting repercussions of all parties . We need to pray for their parents that they would protect their children and use wise judgment. And most importantly we also need to pray God’s love over them all especially for their salvation.
So parents, before you place anything before your child… please think twice.
36 wise responses:
- Elly said…
- Hello! I read your blog daily and
really enjoy your spiritual sweetness. I am a mother of 2, wanting MANY
more, and I also work out of the home. It is a very strong desire of
mine to be a stay-at-home Mom. Now, is not good timing, as my husband is
laid off and it is not as strong of a desire for him. I’m REALLY
struggling coming to work every day with some co-workers that are so
worldly. My boss goes to church some and prclaims she is a Christian and
I’m very thankful for this, but at the same time, she is much more
wordly than I am (not that I am an example of a perfect Christian). How
do I lead by example when I’m struggling so bad? How can I be happy
where I am when my hearts desire is to be at home where God intended for
me to be? I just need to be patient for God to open the door to let me
stay at home and be thankful I have a job…right?
Just wanted an honest opinion!
- January 14, 2009 2:11:00 PM CST
- BECKY said…
- This is something I keep a close eye
on, and take advantage of every teachable moment available to me. You
are absolutely right. This is tough talk for tough times for our
children!! All this stuff is just getting worse. We have to draw the
line, teach the Biblical basis, and stick to it!
Blessings, and thanks for speaking the truth!
- January 14, 2009 3:17:00 PM CST
- Sarah Mae said…
- I read the same article and then saw the same ad and said the same thing to a woman sitting next to me on the plane! It’s insane! I am SO with you on this!
- January 14, 2009 3:46:00 PM CST
- Elizabeth-Plain and Simple said…
- Very well said. In addition, I also see
a lot of mothers dressing seductively and dressing their young
daughters the same way. Which is really sad and heartbreaking. Thank you
for this very wise, courageous, and honest post.
- January 14, 2009 4:29:00 PM CST
- Sis Stubby said…
- I want to say on this matter “Amen “to you.I fear for our children of today.And then the parents want to to know what went wrong?
- January 14, 2009 4:46:00 PM CST
- Abounding Treasures said…
- I have to agree with Stephanie ~ “BRAVO for this brave and courageous admonition” .. it is so very much needed.
- January 14, 2009 6:50:00 PM CST
- Brandy said…
- I wanted to thank you for this post.
Our lil’ girl LOVES Barbie. She has 4 Barbie movies, which we have
recently decided to descreetly remove from our home … we got her turned
back onto Veggie Tales and 3-2-1 Penguins anyway. I had no idea Barbie
was dressed like *that* in the newest movie — the one our daughter said
she really wanted to see next! Nuh uh, ain’t no way.
We’ve recently had some very strong
convictions concerning a lot of areas concerning our daughters.
Convictions I’m actually very happy with. I didn’t used to have a
problem with our daughter having a pair of pants with XOXO on the butt.
To wear around the house. But, now, I’m like what in the WORLD was I
thinking?! (Granted, *I* didn’t buy them — my mother in law did, but
Or a shirt that said “Flirty Girl” … why would I want that on our daughter? What sorts of messages do those things send? They, and quite a few other garments, went into a donate or trash (depending on what the garment was) bag and out of our home. We’re going to dresses and skirts. Our oldest (who’s 5yrs old) LOVES being in dresses … and my husband pointed out to me that MY self-esteem and how I carry myself is MUCH better when I’m in dresses/skirts. I look forward to finding us more, so we can do it ALL the time, instead of just some days!
- January 14, 2009 7:25:00 PM CST
- sunshine said…
- Hi there! I’ve been reading your blog for a few weeks now. First time posting.
I read this earlier today. Tonight when I walked in my bedroom, my 6 year old daughter was watching Zoey101. I really thought about this post and decided to turn it off.
My thinking prior to this was ..It’s on the Disney channel.. how bad could it be? Pretty bad, maybe.
Thanks for the “Mom” reminder. I’ll definatly be more careful.
- January 14, 2009 9:46:00 PM CST
- His Handmaiden Laura said…
- I find it so sad that so many parents
are allowing these idols to raise their children. If only parents would
wake up and just (IMHO) get rid of these influences in their lives. They
are neither godly nor even a good influence! Thank you for your post, I
enjoyed it very much!
- January 14, 2009 9:47:00 PM CST
- Kristi said…
- I have noticed a lot of these “teen
idols” popping up everywhere. It is almost impossible to avoid them, for
they are plastered all over the clothing (for my TODDLER!) and all the
different toys. I have a choice to buy Disney Princess, Hannah Montana,
or Dora…only sometimes I doing have the ability to choose Dora. I am
determined to make the majority of my daughter’s clothes this year and
to dress her in modest dresses, just like me.
Am I the only one who noticed that this post is dated February 14th?
- January 14, 2009 9:53:00 PM CST
- KinaBolina said…
- I so enjoy reading your opinions and insights.
My mom and I are extremely close and
have discussed this very issue and she mentioned that she was always
concerned I would be overly influenced by the actions and dress of my
peers. This was particularly of concern due to the general demographic
of the girls & women where I grew up (Orange County, CA). I thank
the Lord that my mom and dad led by example and showed me that it is
much more beautiful to take pride in the body and mind that God gave us
by dressing modestly and not changing what the good Lord blessed us
with. So, no nose job here, no implants, fake tan, pancake makeup, mini
skirts, tube tops, or 5″ platform shoes for me. And when I felt left out
or lacking in my physical appearance I thought warmly of the words of
my mom and grandma that they repeated so often, “Do not change what God
thoughtfully placed on your body for He has a purpose for it. Love it
and embrace it because it is yours.”
To love our bodies should not mean to spend 2 hours getting ready in the morning or showing off every inch of skin, but to keep ourselves healthy and clean and to honor God with our words and actions.
Blessings to you for guiding your children down the path God has prepared for them in His name.
- January 14, 2009 10:53:00 PM CST
- Ace said…
- GREAT POST! I read the same article
with the same horror and same confusion at the author’s and other
parent’s hopelessness at what to do. How about take CONTROL they are
YOUR children. They will not DIE if they don’t have these toys or watch
My Princesses enjoy dance and The
General (my dh) recorded a new dance show that is susposed to be a
competition between the whole world. I was HORRIFIED when one of the
first contestants came out in a “dress” that barely covered both her
front and rear parts and while she “danced” it displayed her thong. Not a
dancers leotard, a underwear type thong…which displayed MUCH of her.
ARE YOU KIDDING ME! You used to have to PAY women of ill repute a lot of
money to get them to do that and they didn’t do it in public. Now it
seems women are begging to do this for every tom, dick and harry to
watch. So much for being empowered and liberated. As a tv commentator
recently said “If I hear liberated and empowered women, I know that
someone is going to be naked and most likely a slut”.
THIS IS NOT what I want my daughters to be. And to sit there hopeless at the devils onslaught is to throw them to the wolves!
I don’t allow this in my house, I will answer for what I put before my children and it is hard enough as it is. Thanks for the post and the sweet tone it was written in.
Hope you feel better!
- January 14, 2009 11:25:00 PM CST
- Muthering Heights said…
- Mrs. Fuentes,
I must ask, from which website to you
procure the lovely paintings that you use on your webiste? I recognize
and love many of them. They are beautiful, and compliment your writings
Thank you for your time!
- January 14, 2009 11:54:00 PM CST
- Leah said…
- This is SO needed and SO spot on; I am very aware of what glittery, singing, pretty faced teen idols can do to my young children as I see it on others which for one can result in 6 year olds acting like 14 year olds! WE need to win their hearts NOT them…not matter how catchy their music is!!
- January 15, 2009 6:34:00 AM CST
- Jennifer said…
- First of I want to say how much I love
your blog. My 4 yr old, almost 5 yr old daughter has been infatuated
with Hannah Montana (HM) for a while now. The other day I heard her
repeating something and found out it came from HM or the show rather…
she mainly watches it at her grandparents house. I have banned her from
watching the show and I told the grandparents no more HM. I explained to
my daughter that we do not speak that way and why.
My curiosity got the best of me and I
sat an watched it one night while she was elsewhere. I was shocked! 14
year old girls dressing and and acting like 25 year olds! Even at 25 I
wouldn’t wear such as that.
You are so right, we have to be very careful for our daughters sake!
- January 15, 2009 6:50:00 AM CST
- Anonymous said…
- Amen, Amen, and Amen!!! Our daughters are worth so much more!!! If, no when i ere ,i pray it will be on the side of caution and not permissible parenting. I KNOw dangers unfortunately. Please Mothers ,protect and love and enjoy your precious gifts. Thank you so much for this post.tammyp
- January 15, 2009 9:01:00 AM CST
- Jeannetta said…
- Amen! If we could only teach them all
that they are precious daughters of God. If they only could understand
their Divine Nature.
We have five daughters and two sons. Sadly the two oldest girls have chosen poorly, but the other three are more sure of their identity, and their eternal role.
Thank you for this beautiful post.
- January 15, 2009 12:28:00 PM CST
- Bethany Hudson said…
- I have long been shocked by the sorts
of things we expose our daughters to–and at SUCH a young age! Of course,
there is practically no way to shelter them from this stuff completely,
but there is a big difference between a friend sharing a Hannah Montana
CD with your daughter and buying your own 5 year old a Bratz doll! In
fact, all of this “teen idol” saturation among elementary school girls
is one of the reasons I am so eager to homeschool my daugther when she’s
- January 15, 2009 1:22:00 PM CST
- Julia Weston said…
- Hello Mrs. Fuentes,
I have been reading your blog for several weeks now and have enjoyed each post. If you don’t mind, I’d like to get your opinion on a news item that’s troubling me today. I don’t wan’t to hijack your comment section; is there another way for me to contact you? My email is email@example.com. Thanks for the post above; I have a 4-month old daughter and your words really struck a chord…
- January 15, 2009 1:43:00 PM CST
- Gombojav Tribe said…
Thank you for speaking up! We certainly agree!!
(daughter of Lady Dorothy from Daffodil Dreams)
- January 15, 2009 1:50:00 PM CST
- Lady Laura said…
- Very well said. I share your concern.
When Brittney Spears was dating Kevin
Federline and it was made known that he had already fathered 2 children
by two girls (to young to be called women)–I thought surely her Mother
would talk some sense into her–but NO. And then the stories of Lindsay
Lohan’s Mother taking her barely legal aged son out to clubs to drink
and do drugs with him!
It’s little wonder some of these kids go astray and are so lost because, where in fact, are the Mothers? Even teen stars under contract with the Disney Channel aren’t immune to scandal.
My sister has a hard time buying modest clothing for her 11-year old daughter. If you want to dress them with words across their butt and shirts that bare their mid-driff–you can find it. But if you want tops that actually cover up their belly–it’s hard to find. And finding a dress? Forget it–the only time stores carry a dress in her size is at Easter. And skirts?–we’ve learned to make them so as to avoid mini-skirts–that’s all that’s in the stores.
And it’s not just a problem limited to girls. I used to tell my now grown son that his body wasn’t a living billboard. That if he wanted to make a statement in how he dressed it should be HIS statement and not that of designers. Now he uses that very same line with his own son!
- January 16, 2009 10:09:00 AM CST
- MRS MJW said…
- I don’t know what a “cheetah girl” is, but I agree with the point of your post.
- January 16, 2009 8:30:00 PM CST
- Father’s Grace Ministries said…
- Amen! What damage these shows can do!
We don’t allow Barbie, Bratz, Hannah Montana or High School Musical in
our home. We try to provide more moral or godly alternatives. But, we do
find our daughters occasionally influenced in a 2nd hand manner(even by
a friend’s drawings!)via others exposed to these fads.
I wrote an article recently on my own blog against Hannah Montana and similar fads that seek to destroy childhood as we remember it.
- January 17, 2009 12:53:00 AM CST
- Vera Prince said…
- Mrs. Fuentes,
I was at the mall with my fiance and we stopped in front of the Limited Too (a pre-teen clothing store). We’re reevaluating our relationship as Christians and we were discussing what we would and would not allow our children to wear. We took one look at the clothing on display and my fiance said “No. Our daughter will not wear clothing like that. It’s too provocative. I don’t want my child to try to look and act like adult S*x objects.” A woman passing, stopped us and said, ” Thank you! It makes me feel so good to hear a young couple take a stance like this. God bless!” It was a brief interaction, but it really touched us. It reminded me of you.
Thanks for such a great post!
- January 18, 2009 10:56:00 PM CST
- Mrs. June Fuentes said…
- Dear Elly,
Thank you so much for taking the time to share what you are going through right now.
I know it must be hard to want to do what you feel is right in your heart and unable to do it. That is okay, because God put those feelings in your heart to want to stay home, raise children and be a homemaker.
Since you are not in that position right now, here is what I advise:
1. Be content where God has placed you. God is teaching you right where you are right now. Use this time wisely and serve Him right where you are at.
2. Trust God for His timing and His plans (whether you come home or not or having more children).
3. Share with your husband, in a godly way, your desires and see if there is a way to eventually work on bringing you home (like he gets a new job that can support the family).
4. Meanwhile, continue to petition God to bring you home and make the best of the situation. This is living out your faith as you trust His hand in your life.
There are many examples of people in the Bible who were in a position they did not want to be in—like Moses, Jonah, and Job to name a few. I recommend reading their stories for encouragement. and wisdom.
I hope that helps!
- January 19, 2009 5:04:00 PM CST
- firstname.lastname@example.org said…
- Well said. Every godly family must take to heart all these before the Devil destroy our home.
- January 20, 2009 1:39:00 AM CST
- Pumpuli said…
This is to thank you for the lovely
encouragement I have been receiving from this blog since I found it in
late 2008. It is the first Christian one that I felt right about. Thank
you very much. I cherish also the lovely images that grace the pages.
Together with the texsts they all send a unified message. The reason I
am writing today is to congratulate on the new background, it is very
A week ago I found myself in a stressful situation spending a week in a ski-resort in Finnish Lapland with my husband’s relatives. We lived closely in a nice cabin. On several days I felt saved from the chaos by the peace God poured on me as I visited your site at the public computers of the resort. The others are not professing Christians and there was a lot of tension between various people. God used this blog and it’s archives to put my heart at peace in a difficult time.
God bless your home!
I hope you’ll be able to keep on posting.
P.S. Greetings from snow-white Finland.
- January 20, 2009 5:06:00 AM CST
- Mrs. Lady Sofia said…
- I don’t have children of my own yet,
but I agree with your post 100%! When I go to the clothes stores, I see
some of the fashions that they have for little girls and I think, “That
looks like something made for a woman to wear!” Even worse, some of the
fashions for little girls are not appropriate for a little girl or a
It’s a very sad situation. I wish people would open their eyes and see the truth behind the “so-called” fads of the world.
- January 22, 2009 9:05:00 PM CST
- michelle said…
- I totally agree with you, and it makes
me sad to see parents (even those in full time ministry) who let there
girls wear Hannah Montana clothing. Incidently, I was cutting out
coupons the other day out of the Sunday paper and came upon a Lever 2000
soap coupon. The coupon had a side view picture of a woman from the
hips and down washing herself in the shower. It showed the side of her
butt and was very suggestive. I just got through contacting Unilever
products and registered a complaint. I think it’s sad that sexual
content is pushed in the media, but does it have to be on coupons as
well? Thanks for being a voice.
- January 24, 2009 10:03:00 AM CST
- Laura Spilde said…
- I grew up in a home where all three of
us girls often received a barbie doll for Christmas. I don’t believe my
parents had proper discernment because we rarely read scriptures at our
home. We can only know the proper way to help our children to come to
know the Lord by keeping his or her heart in love and truth of
By giving a child a mean looking bad-guy
creature or power rangers creature or giving a girl excessive fake
beauty supplies….we can expect to loose our children to the world. Our
main priority should be to keep our children’s hearts for God.
- January 24, 2009 12:31:00 PM CST
- Sheri said…
- I couldn’t agree more! Thank you for this wonderful post!
- January 30, 2009 10:42:00 AM CST
- Jeannie said…
- It is because to many parents these days would rather be friends with their kids than be parents that is why you will see the mothers and the dads dressing more like the kids than dressing appropriately for their maturity
- February 1, 2009 1:41:00 PM CST
- LittleLadyAllwoman said…
- I feel the same. My daughter wants to watch disney channel and for this reason i am cutting off my cable.
- January 27, 2011 9:08:00 PM CST
- Mrs Adept said…
- It is not just these types of shows
that we need to protect them from – we need to live by example and not
let our eyes fall upon such wickedness that is seen in ALL movies /
Don’t bother to take away HM and what
not unless you are willing to take away the shows that are filled with
Children spot hypocrisy a mile away.
The best solution is to draw the line in the sand and get rid of the TV full stop.
Then you might have some ground to stand on.
- March 24, 2011 1:18:00 PM CDT
- HaggyHouseWife said…
- I know that this is a old post but I had to add my two cents in…
This is why I home school my kids.. this is why there is no Tv in the house.. Movies are picked out by me.. and turned off if I find them unbecoming to young adults… Their father and I both are very open to what happens to young ladies who dress and act that way… and to the boys that marry them!
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