Shepherd's VILLAGE UNIVERSITY

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We are born to dream. You’ve been dreaming about your future since you were old enough to form thoughts, observe other people, and take in your surroundings.  So why does your current reality seem so far away from the dreams you have for your lives? As the holiday season approaches, it’s tempting to have many […]

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Shepherd’s Village University includes an Essential Life Skills course that is designed to help single mothers face their future with confidence. This is an excerpt from one  of the classes focuses on Time Management. If you enjoy what you read here, please register for the full course and continue to be encouraged!   There are some […]

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Hey There, Strong Mama! That’s right, we’re talking to YOU! We know motherhood is the most rewarding job, but it’s also exhausting. You’re shouldering all the responsibility of the finances and the weight of parenting, trying to hold everything together. No matter how alone you may feel, we’re here for you. Shepherd’s Village University is […]

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Raising a toddler is the hardest work you’ll ever love. Raising a toddler as a single parent requires an even greater dose of endurance. It’s important to raise children who can take responsibility for their choices and the impact those choices have on others. But how in the world do you do that and still […]

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Love Came Down

May 6, 2018

A few years ago, worship leader and songwriter Kari Jobe wrote a 7-Day Devotional on Facebook.  Each day she wrote a short devotion that reflected her thoughts on some of her songs. Listen to Kari’s song “Love Came Down” and let the words wash over you today. As Kari says in her devotional below, the […]

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An area that can often be overwhelming for single moms is finances — or lack thereof — and how to make ends meet. I frequently sabotaged my budget with the art of emotional spending. I would convince myself that “I deserved it” or “I would be a better mom if only I bought this or […]

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