Faithfulness

  Dear Christian Ladies, It has sadly become the trend, even among many professing Christian women, to see how far we can push the boundaries when it comes to our clothing.  Leggings as pants; low-cut shirts; short skirts, dresses, and shorts; and skin-tight clothing have become the norm for many.  This should not be so […]

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You may have noticed that I’ve been missing from the Raising Homemakers blog for a while. To tell you the truth, I’ve been struggling a lot with writing here. The thoughts that keep going through my mind revolve around “I don’t have anything to say. Why would anyone care what I’m doing or what I […]

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You are Valued

by Mandy on January 31, 2017 in Faithfulness, Grace, Homemaking

Overwhelmed, underappreciated, worn out, and lonely–that’s how I’ve been feeling lately. My list of daily responsibilities has grown to an all-time high, and I’ve been feeling buried in the avalanche. Through prayer, The Lord has told me to let go of several responsibilities. The smaller ones have been easy to drop, but I have a […]

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Are you looking for some wholesome reading for your daughters? Then you will want to check out the Elsie Dinsmore Collection! Right now the complete collection of 28 books is being offered for just 99 cents for the Kindle eBook edition!   It contains the following: Elsie Dinsmore Elsie’s Holidays at Roselands Elsie’s Girlhood Elsie’s Womanhood […]

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The light of the home, the blessing, the joy, the inspiration of your home…Is this how you view your role in your home?  There is so much going on during this busy season.  Have we lost our focus?  In our modern times, have we lost our sense of how important our role at home really […]

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I cannot believe another year has passed.  It seems like we just started 2016.  Usually by the end of the year I am sad to see a new one approaching, because it means I’ll be turning another year older and my children will be another year closer to becoming adults and leaving me behind.  I […]

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Parenting is an incredibly tough job. Most of us probably didn’t realize just how difficult parenting would be until we became a parent. I’ve been a mommy for almost twenty years.  WAIT a minute… Did I really just say that–twenty (20) years?!? Let me just pause for a moment while I do the math– Yep. […]

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It was a few years ago that I read J. C. Ryle’s book, Duties of Parents.  In it, J. C. Ryle admonished parents to teach their children to pray.  Through my years of being a mother, I had always prayed with my children, and for my children.  But I had not really made it a […]

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