Moms, You Matter! (Mother’s Day video tribute)

Whether you are a biological mother, adoptive mother, or a mother at heart you matter! 

God Bless Mothers!

All women are called to love and encourage and care for others. This, my friends, is mothering. It’s important work, and it’s hard work. 

Thank You, Moms

So to all of you moms out there: thank you! 

Thank you, Moms, for all you do. God bless you! This video is for you! Click To Tweet

May you be blessed with a day filled with no second guessing, no guilt, no wondering about your worth. Today, know that you matter, just as you are. 

Enjoy this video tribute I’ve created just for you: Happy Mother’s Day!

 “Love is patient; love is kind. Love is not jealous; is not proud; is not conceited; does not act foolishly; is not selfish; is not easily provoked to anger; keeps no record of wrongs; takes no pleasure in unrighteousness, but rejoices in the truth; love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, and endures all things.” 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 

Reflections: What is your favorite way to celebrate on Mother’s Day? 

By His grace ≈


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2 comments on “Moms, You Matter! (Mother’s Day video tribute)
  1. Linda Fitzpatrick McClellan says:

    Thank you for the beautiful video, it’s one I would like to send to my daughter. As she and get older we’re getting closer and it’s so nice to have a daughter who is also a mom and a friend. I sent her and my ex daughter-in-law and my presebt daughter-in-law who doesn’t speak to me anymore. She has a problems with alcohol, might as well say that she is an alcoholic. She gets drunk and then for no reason writes me horrible things etc.

    But I don’t really want to talk about that since it has also cut my son off from me too. My daughter is a wonderful Mom and has three wonderful kids. I can’t wait till she moves back to Texas next summer and I will finally after almost 12 years be able to have them over for dinner or the kids over for the weekend. I have never been able to do that.

    My favorite way to celebrate is to hear from my kids and go to church and then relax the rest of the day. It’s been a great day with just my husband and I and we had an encouraging sermon and with fellow friends and talking of the Lord you can’t ask for more. God bless Julie and have a Happy Mother’s Day!

    • Julie Sunne says:

      Thank you, Linda! I’m glad you had a nice Mother’s Day despite your family heartaches. Relationships can be so messy. But God is the ultimate healer. Prayers for the restoration of relationships in your family.

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