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Mothers Who Know

157 EpisodesProduced by Karen BroadheadWebsite

Mothers Who Know, hosted by Karen Broadhead, Certified Family Life and Wellness Coach, offers free training and support for all mothers. Karen hopes to educate mothers and empower them to find HOPE when their child battles any challenging issue faced today. With values from The Church of Jesus Chris… read more

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#123 - "Hold on thy way..." (D&C 122:9), A Stay by the Tree: Message of Hope by Lisa Grant

Lisa has a true momma heart, especially as she shares some of her “big breaks”:  the disappointments and difficult challenges she has experienced with her children.  Before she shares the details of the circumstances, she wisely shares and gives us information about three different vessels. A Lachrymatory, or tear jar; a Herodian lamp, a lamp like what the 10 virgins might have used; and a broken bowl using the Japanese art of Kintsugi to repair it —the joining together of the pieces with a special kind of lacquer from the Urushi tree mixed with gold. The symbolism and the explanation of the different vessels is wonderful to know.

Lisa shares about the loss of her young teenage son due to death of a unique neurological disease, the loss of another son who chose to live a different lifestyle and how his choices affected Lisa’s relationship with him, as well as the relationship separation Lisa experienced due to another child’s choice to distance themself from The Church and its teachings. Lisa speaks about her own disease – a hard heart. She speaks about real emotions of anger, disappointment, guilt, and shame while dealing with these “big breaks” and her own brokenness.

Trusting in the Savior, attending the temple, and time have been her healers – TRUST, TEMPLE, and TIME. Sharing her testimony of the Savior and His Atonement, Lisa knows coming to Him helps us to “Hold on” in His way.

Lisa is generous in her sharing in a real and vulnerable way. Her experiences and stories will touch your momma heart and might give you some hope to “Hold on thy way” with a few of the “big breaks” you may be experiencing in your own journey.

We thank Lisa Grant for her message of hope and love and testifying of the Savior Jesus Christ, even in her brokenness.

For those new to our Stay by the Tree series and Mothers Who Know, we would like to share some of our FREE resources with you:

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