Kelly

  OK girls, this is pretty exciting and I just wanted to let you all know about it. (And there’s GREAT news you’ll want to read toward the bottom of the post.) I’m aging. We all are, but you know that place where you finally realize you might need to try putting something on your […]

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I think often about that woman in the Bible, the woman hanging out in Proverbs 31, the model for a godly woman. She does many things, wears many hats. But one thing she does well, one thing is her priority: her home, husband and children. Her other pursuits fall around that. “She looks well to the […]

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“Homes are the springs among the hills, whose many streamlets, uniting, form like a great river, society, the community, the nation, the Church. If the springs run low the rivers waste; if they pour out bounteous currents the rivers are full. If the springs are pure the rivers are clear like crystal; if they are […]

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Just like spring cleaning can give us a mental clarity and renewed energy, decluttering our financial goals and strategies can too. As homemakers, being wise stewards and managers of the family’s economy can be such a blessing to our husbands. Our family has made some terrible financial decisions in the past, agonizing through resulting struggles, and we […]

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A big smile broke out across my face yesterday when I was showing my girls how to study the Bible using a Strong’s concordance. I had chosen Proverbs 31:10 and we were looking up the word “virtuous.” If you grew up in a Christian home or church, you are well-familiar with talk of what it […]

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If there has ever been a time where raising discerning children, able to rightly divide the Word of truth is important, it is now. There have always been “winds of doctrine” tossing people around, deceiving the masses by deceitfulness. But I think the Internet, for all its good, has become a breeding ground for every […]

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The young woman, fresh out of college, caught the eager listeners up to date on her life. Approving nods confirmed her choice: Early Childhood Development. She had spent four years earning her degree and was now employed at a Montessori Preschool Academy where, she admitted, she has learned more than most of her classes taught […]

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 “I just feel like I’m not doing enough”, a young mother said to me recently. I want to teach my children the importance of ministry. But I’m so busy doing life, I don’t know how to fit anything else in.“ The greatest missionary who ever lived ministered to one life at a time, in the […]

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