Legacy

Four years ago, we moved away from our closest friends and family. After many months of praying for direction and for God to provide us with a job(my husband was finishing up his last year of college, and we were praying that he’d be offered a job after he graduated) the Lord saw fit to […]

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  Today we have Jenny, one of our new contributors, from The Sweet Stuff sharing with us:    We know we are to teach our children God’s words and ways. In Deuteronomy we are told to “teach them to your children, talking of them when you are sitting in your house, and when you are […]

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A Day Remembered

by June Fuentes on September 21, 2015 in Faithfulness, Legacy, Nurture

Today we have a guest post by Sandra King of Love Abounds at Home:   During a recent conversation I had with my oldest daughter, she shared with me that one of her greatest childhood memories happened when she was sitting in the back seat of our car. Her memory of that moment is so […]

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As my daughters were growing up I tried to do what I could to keep them encouraged and grow spiritually. I read the Bible with them and made it a point to offer them good books filled with wholesome reading was always made available– especially books that pointed them heavenward. I loved going through these […]

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Today we have a guest post by Stacy: Grace Livingston Hill was a prolific writer. She wrote over a hundred novels that read like a living history. Along with other Godly influences, Ms. Hill’s books made an impact on me at a young age. I was a prolific reader, sometimes reading through a whole novel […]

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What do you think of, the sights, smells and conversations you might have, when you hear the words, “Shall We Have Tea?” Perhaps it is something along the lines of dainty teacups, old fashioned hats, giggling girls in ruffles and bows and petit fours.  Perhaps thoughts of a leisurely Saturday afternoon with mature women at […]

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Ripples of Faith

by Jessica S on June 29, 2015 in Legacy

I first heard of Elisabeth Elliot when I was sixteen. My good friend had loaned me the book,”I kissed dating goodbye,” in an effort to show me there was way more to life than having a boyfriend(which at that point in my life, was a fairly inconceivable notion.) While reading that book, I kept noticing […]

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Dear Homemaker, Are you stressed trying to figure out how to get your home under control? I hear you. Sometimes I looked around my house as a young homemaker and wondered how things got so out of hand. When I was a little girl, I dreamed about getting married, becoming a mommy, and having my […]

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