Monday, July 16, 2018
Too few Americans are aware that early advocates of Mother’s Day in the United States originally envisioned it as a day of peace, to honor and support mothers who lost sons and husbands to the...
https://blog.genealogybank.com/anna-jarvis-worked-hard-to-make-mothers-day-a-national-holiday.html
On May 1, 1864, in the little village of Webster, four miles south of Grafton, West Virginia, Granville and Ann Jarvis welcomed their daughter, Anna Jarvis, into the world. The Grafton area was an important...
Editor: This is so good to remember as you prepare the way you observe Mothers' Day this year . . . Mother’s Day is coming up and many churches want to express gratitude and love for...
April 25, 2018 by Erin Feldman Every year, people pause to honor their mothers, biological and not, on the second Sunday of May. Churches often recognize mothers, too. But as they’ve acknowledged these women, they’ve sometimes...
If there ever was a holiday that needs reclamation it is Mothers’ Day! Churches all over the United States report attendance on Mothers’ Day as one of the top three of the year - surpassing Christmas...