23 NUGGETS FROM MY ’21ST CENTURY MOTHER’ EXPERIENCE

Hello all!

Confused about the blog title? Oh please don’t be. “The 21st Century Mother” is the title of the women’s conference I attended over the weekend. (You know as a future mother, I gats to start preparing myself. Some sharp babe tins!)

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The conference actually started on Friday till Sunday and I can tell you my dear people that it was worth it. (Still waiting to buy the CDs sef, need to keep hearing the messages  non-stop ATM)

Here are some key points, messages, quotes, etc. from this experience:

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  1. The fire is not there to consume you, but to refine you; therefore, don’t try to walk around it/avoid it, go right through it because, you are coming out GOLD!
  2. You were born for such a time as this! If you had been born in the 16th century you would have been a misfit;
  3. When God had a plan for you, he orchestrates everything to work for you;
  4. Don’t be in a hurry against GOD’s time;
  5. The kind of mother you will be is subject to the kind of home you have; and the kind of home you will have is subject to the kind of man you are married to;
  6. Learn to reset yourself for the times and seasons you live in;
  7. The 21st century child does not hear what you say, they hear what you do;
  8. Don’t mold your children to be you, let them be the best of them in fulfilling God’s purpose. The fire of purpose is always in the heart of the carrier;
  9. Parenting is not about rules, regulations & force; it is about nurturing. Nurturing by living right, being the right example and creating an environment of freedom;
  10. As a 21st century mother, you can be all you can, but don’t forget to be you! Decide the important things for you as a person, for you as the wife of your husband & for you as the mother of your children;
  11. Don’t approach parenting from your physical capacity alone, always sit at peace the feet of Jesus and seek constant help from Him;
  12. Mothers are the first god the child knows; start praying for your child right from conception & model God to them;
  13. As a mother we are an eagle not ostrich, so, we must have unconditional love, insight. Be discerning;
  14. As mothers don’t let fear get in your way to teach your child to fly. What you think will kill them will not, it will bring life;
  15. As a mother, be approachable, all topics can be discussed including sex. Be their friend; know their friends. Affirm your child, support and magnify them, apologise to them, when catch them doing good, praise them to balance out the scolding & corrections;
  16. Be knowledgeable: know what the 21st century is about so you don’t lose relevance and you kids will see you as old school. Let them know to come to you in crises;
  17. Establish values (Service, hospitality, respect, saving, responsibility, etc.)  in the heart of your child;
  18. Every child is your child because they are kingdom children;
  19. Children are never the same; don’t clone your kids!
  20. Be a watcher: Watch their friends. Continually consider your child, look out for change in behavior etc.
  21. Be a fighter: Pray & fight for your child; Pray him into his destiny;
  22. Be a helper: Be there to help, let the know what you do, let them in in your space;
  23. Hear their views on different topics, let them pray for you, let them lead the devotion; with this you get their perspective on life matters.

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My note is longer than this, but this is really compressed!

There will be part two! Though the conference is for women/mothers there were some tips for men and will be sharing it in my subsequent post.

 

XOXO

BummieGherit

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