My Ministry

“Would you love to be involved in a world-changing ministry?
Do you want to feel useful and do something that impacts society?


I want to encourage you, mother, that as you embrace your calling of motherhood to receive the babies
God wants to give you and raise them to contend for the faith and stand undaunted against the enemy,
that you are involved in a world-influencing ministry!

The greatest threat to the progressives and socialists are strong godly families who are raising children
who will stand unflinching against the devil’s deceptions.
They are a force to be reckoned with.
You will face disappointments and challenges, but never give up!
The cost is too great!
– Nancy Campbell

Ladies, I am truly savouring these early baby days … resting as much as I can, holding my baby close, breathing in her sweetness. With every new baby, I am amazed at how my heart can grow with more love. I would give up all worldly gain to embrace this role as a simple mother, backed by Heaven, training and raising up little ones for the Kingdom.


Never let the world convince you to follow its path. I have had many people question why we have had so many children – let’s just say these children are GIFTS from God and I do not take them for granted. I have had some suggest I am at a “good age” to stop having babies – how far we have come for the natural ways. When did it become so ‘strange’ to have a large family? And why? The world would have you stop having babies at a certain age and interrupt God’s plans for your family.

God’s ways are so much more rewarding!

And this little baby, my friends, is filling my heart with more joy than I can express …





He maketh the barren woman to keep house,
and to be a joyful mother of children.
Praise ye the Lord.
Psalm 113:9

January 13, 2023 - 2:52 pm

Michelle Amen and Amen!! Thank you for sharing and your continuing encouragement! Beautiful family!

January 12, 2023 - 3:27 am

Linda Congratulations Gigi and family, I heartily agree there is no greater joy than the gift of a child. Many blessings to you and your new little one ~ Linda

January 10, 2023 - 10:36 am

miriam stoltzfoos I sure will!

January 9, 2023 - 3:31 pm

Gigi Yes — Heaven! This world is only temporary …
I’d love to meet you! Let me know if you ever come this way. 🙂

January 9, 2023 - 9:06 am

miriam stoltzfoos Thank you! Gigi. I feel like the Lord healed me from the pain and sorrow of loss and it’s made me long for heaven more, as I can’t wait to meet all of my children in heaven and hear all their stories.
It’s on my bucket list to visit Prince Edward Island sometime. If we do I’d love to meet you and your family. Your blog is one of my very favorites.

January 8, 2023 - 3:37 pm

Gigi Miriam, your story really touched my heart; one of sadness and hope. I’m so glad to hear the Lord blessed you with your daughter, Tatiyana! And I’m so happy that you are living out motherhood with joy … it must have been heart breaking to have so many losses. I can only imagine how helpless you must have felt to lose so much …
My prayers are with you as you journey through motherhood!

January 7, 2023 - 6:13 pm

miriam stoltzfoos Your new baby is beautiful. Congratulations to you and your husband for having 10 children.
I was 28 when I got married and I knew I wanted at least 4 children. When I got pregnant the first time I was more excited about it then I had ever been about anything before. To my disappointment I soon miscarried. I grieved more for that baby then I expected. A few month later I got pregnant again. This time I wasn’t as excited though. At about 8 wks. I miscarried again. A few months later the same thing happened and so on for years. I took long breaks from trying to conceive because of it and studied on what could be the cause, had lots of prayer at church about it. My husband and I fasted and prayed about it many times. I did carry one baby 4 months and that one tested positive with a chromosome abnormality that’s not generational.
Finally at the age of 40 we decided to become foster parents and our first placement was a beautiful little 4lb. 10 oz. baby girl named Tatiyana and we ended up adopting her and she is now 6 yrs. old, Finally I feel like I’m living my dream of being a full time stay at home mom. She has brought so much joy to our family. Because of what I experienced I encourage anyone that can, to have a big family. I hope and pray that my daughter can marry a godly man fairly young and have a big family of her own.
It sounds like you embrace all your children to the fullest
which is great to hear. So many of my friends plan their babies for no reason other than, Convenience? So they have more time to enjoy each one? etc.

January 6, 2023 - 2:27 pm

Erin Lynn People can be very unkind about new pregnancies with many children. I had many people act like they felt sorry for me or not say anything at all with my last little one in October. In fact, I began avoiding people at church, and would leave as soon as the closing prayer was said. I know this was not a healthy way to handle it, but I wasn’t sure what to do. I didn’t want to act defensive or sad about their response. Well, once the baby was born, everyone acted happy again, so the issue did resolve itself. Your new daughter is another beauty!!! I hope you are healing and enjoying the newborn days.

January 6, 2023 - 11:46 am

Gigi Ruthie, I understand – the world, even the church’s view, is skewed when it comes to Biblical womanhood. We must keep our eyes on the Heavenly purpose and try to not become distracted or discouraged. {{Hugs!!}}

January 6, 2023 - 9:08 am

Ruthie Just an afterthought… I love your contentment and commitment to motherhood. For those of us who are likeminded, it’s refreshing to have each other on this blog. I sometimes feel a bit battered with the ‘well intentioned’ things other people say about my choice to be a stay at home mother, even when my homeschooling years are done. They assume that I (and my daughter) will get jobs outside the home now. It doesn’t mean that we’re lazy or trying to be a burden to our menfolk, but there’s still much to be done in our home. (Plus, we’re praying about getting chickens. Eek!) So, I love coming here and reading about biblical womanhood. It’s very much appreciated.

January 6, 2023 - 3:05 am

Ruthie Oh Gillian! Your beautiful new baby girl!(hugs) I am so thrilled for you and your family! Your 10th blessing from the Lord… Congratulations on a safe & happy delivery.

January 5, 2023 - 6:45 pm

Teresa So, true my friend. Beautifully written and beautiful photos. I have cherished all my years as a stay at home mom. Yes,my children is my world. To raise them for the kingdom of heaven is our role as a parent. I recently shared with a young mom, one of the most important thing is to have home time, it is the best thing you can give your children. They needs home time to play with their toys, discover nature in their backyard, time in your lap with a good book to read,these are the best of time. To be careful not to drag them here and there all the time…HOME is the sweetest place to raise your children and in church of course. Hugs to you ~

January 5, 2023 - 12:15 pm

Kristal This is so wise and encouraging. During my early twenties, I unfortunately fell under the wrong type of encouragement. The books I was consuming often talked about children being a blessing, but also “it’s ok to covet naptimes”, “it’s ok to need a mom timeout”, “it’s ok to put your kids in front of a screen for 30 minutes so you can have a rest”, and “it’s ok to hide in your bathroom to have a piece of chocolate”. While I won’t pretend motherhood is easy, children are sinners just like us, and need constant parenting. However, I feel like this instilled the wrong message inside of me. It made me to feel like young children are a burden and it’s ok to have pity on myself when I was tired. I noticed my conversations with other moms reflected that. The Lord moved in me quickly, but many years ago my heart changed. I never saw children as a burden, but I no longer talked as if my children were bothering me and I just needed time to myself. When my friends share their pregnancies with me, I let them know how wonderful it is, without chiming in with, oh another little one to be underfoot. We are moms, we already know this! What we need is more seasoned moms to share the joys of motherhood, even in the rough seasons. My oldest is turning 13, and I know just how quickly our times with our children slip by (as I know you do as well). I know with my own children I will encourage them to be parents and mothers and to enjoy all that the Lord gives them. Anyways, sorry for the winded message. Your post spoke to me. 🙂

January 4, 2023 - 6:56 am

Gigi Cathy, so good to hear from you! I hope you are doing well. Monica, yes, I agree with everything you said … {hugs!}

January 3, 2023 - 11:20 pm

Mom Oh my heart xo I will be there soon to hold Loriah and enjoy her newborns. Love you xo

January 3, 2023 - 5:40 pm

Monica Lovely, both of you! ❤️ Yes, we have come so far from what is natural and good and pure and a BLESSING. Even my SIL (who is not religious) who is an OB said you are only too old to have children when your body quits having them. Just a nice perspective to have. My worst baby “congratulations” is when people ask if we are done. As if, “this baby is nice and all but don’t you think this should be it?” Maybe some don’t mean that but it seems to be the “going comment”.

One of the best comments I’ve ever received was, “you and Bradley should have more children. The world needs more children like yours in it.” Praise the Lord for comments like that! If Christian people had not quit having children then no doubt our world would be exploding for Christ.

I do feel compassion for the mothers who can’t have more but want more. I do believe there is a peace from the Lord for them that He is able to give. Usually those women are extra special blessings to moms of many children in so many ways! They have the hearts of large family mothers.

Love to you, Gillian and Lariah!

January 3, 2023 - 4:15 pm

Cathy Bray She is so beautiful! Congratulations 🙂

January 2, 2023 - 6:15 pm

Gigi Regina, I am so sorry – I know you love your children and being a mother and wife! God bless you!

January 2, 2023 - 4:35 pm

Regina Shea Amen! I would give anything to be able to birth more babies but a possibly unnecessary hysterectomy when I was 41 took away that chance.