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Hi and welcome. My name is Christina!

This is a place for Christian moms working hard to raise kids with strong faith in this secular world.

I encourage moms of young children to study Apologetics, grow their relationship with God, and prepare early for the tough questions their kids will have about God.

New to Christian Apologetics?

No problem! You can learn more about Apologetics in my post What is Apologetics: The Art and Science of Defending Our Faith.

Are you a mom looking for ways to train up Godly children?

No problem. The following posts may interest you: How to Train Up a Child in a Godly Way and How to Teach Toddlers About God

Wondering why Apologetics really matters for moms?

I highly recommend the book “Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies“.

Are you a stay-at-home mom looking for a little Biblical encouragement?

Being a stay-at-home-mom (SAHM) is another one of my passions. I believe SAHMs have a special opportunity to train up Godly children. But I also know being a SAHM can be challenging. If you’re a SAHM looking for a little biblical encouragement, you can check out my other blog at

Why call the site My Humble Apology?

An apology, as defined by, is a reasoned “defense, excuse, or justification in speech or writing, as for a cause or doctrine”. So this blog is my reasoned defense, coming from humble beginnings because I am always learning.

My Humble Apology was born out of a desire to learn how to reasonably defend my Christian faith. I didn’t like that when approached by nonbelievers or skeptics with certain questions, I would clam up. My brain would freeze and I’d completely forget words.

In those real, honest, and raw moments, I realized that I didn’t know as much about my faith as I thought I did. I knew in my heart what I felt to be true, but could I reasonably defend that to someone trying to understand? Could I truly explain why I believed what I believed?

Now, as a mom of a toddler, I realize even more just how important it is to know how to reasonably defend the Christian faith. Because one day my toddler will come face-to-face with the world. And he might come home one day with some tough questions about his faith. And I want to do all I can to be ready to answer those questions or at least turn to resources that can.