And how to get them to listen without resorting to shouting.
Author: Melody Tan
The weekly Mums At The Table TV show, will stop broadcasting on commercial free-to-air television in Australia from July 2021. The change is in line with Mums At The Table’s strategic goal of connecting with an increasingly digitally-focused audience through partnering with local Adventist churches.
With so many people stuck at home, many mums in the community are feeling the need to connect.
Hacksaw Ridge is among the 12 hope-filled Christian films that are being offered as part of the festival.
The Mums At The Table ministry has created an ingenious way to help those having difficulties buying everyday essentials, all from the comfort of a computer screen.
The new-style show has coincided with the re-launch of the Mums At The Table magazine, which is now available once every two months to paid subscribers.
The conference, themed The Advocate, saw women from all over the North Island come together for worship and inspiration.
Adventist Media’s Mums At The Table ministry is expanding into brand new multimedia territory.
Melody Tan recounts her traumatic experience of trying to care for a cranky, crying-at-the-top-of-his-voice two-year-old at a church camp.
Sixty people attended the first-ever parenting workshop organised by Adventist Media’s ministry, Mums At The Table.