Welcome To My World!

Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill his promises to her!- Luke 1:45

Welcome to Apostolic Momma! I am a single mother of four beautiful children living in gorgeous western Washington. I am also a registered nurse. I love to write about faith, family, and fun! I am very open about my faith and am willing to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for visiting Apostolic Momma, and God bless! Want to know more about me? You can read my “not-so-short” bio here.

My four beautiful children and me.

Our Finest Gifts We Bring

If you drove past me this morning and saw me bawling in my car- don’t worry, I’m fine. Mostly. I mean, how can you hear “The Little Drummer Boy” and not shed a tear?

For years, every time I hear this song, I get choked up. I literally cannot sing it all the way through. But I never really knew why it got to me so much, until today. Let me break it down for you…

Continue reading Our Finest Gifts We Bring

My Beloved

Imagine you’re lying in bed next to your spouse, eagerly waiting for them to wake up. You gaze upon them quietly with love and admiration until finally they open their eyes. But the first thing they do is grab their phone and check for missed messages or emails. They don’t even bother to say good morning to you.

Continue reading My Beloved

Faith in Action

Luke 17:14
He (Jesus) looked at them and said, “Go show yourselves to the priests.” And as they went, they were cleansed of their leprosy.
🧐

And as they went… they were cleansed. They weren’t healed immediately. They were healed after they started to do what they had been told. That required faith!

Continue reading Faith in Action

Borrowed Children

It’s a bright, sunny day here in the Pacific Northwest, and I have an hour before I have to pick up my kids from school. I promised myself that I would clean my perpetually messy house during this hour of solitude. But God had other plans.

Continue reading Borrowed Children

The Greater Gain

Every year, FB reminds me of the exact moment when one of my closest friendships died. I could delete the memory and never see it again, but I choose to remember where I came from and what God brought me out of.

Continue reading The Greater Gain

The Beauty of Tomorrow

person in hoodie looking at a starry sky

I had a very productive day today. I washed, dried, folded, and PUT AWAY four loads of laundry. (I know right?) I also washed the dishes- which I must admit is not a daily thing in my house, sadly.

After my cleaning spree, the kids and I ran five errands which included trips to Walmart AND Winco. After unloading and putting away the groceries, I cooked a very simple dinner for the kids and took a bath.

Continue reading The Beauty of Tomorrow