Ministry

As I sit down to write to you, my thoughts turn to the upcoming holiday season. With full plates, we as moms are often the “Christmas Managers” at our homes. Many tasks await us this month, and often this is the busiest time of year. But, oh, Jesus is the ultimate reason to celebrate. It’s […]

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I really enjoy sharing my recipes with you here at Raising Homemakers. I will have a new recipe for you all next week, but today I felt led by the Lord to write about sowing mercy and signal graces. Both of these provide God’s healing, comfort and peace when we need them the most. Sowing Mercy Two little words can be […]

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One of the hardest things over the past several years for many of us has been keeping our budgets in order, being intentional with our income, and trying to build a savings. With so many businesses taking a down turn and the economy still so stagnant, it can seem, well, almost hopeless. If you’re like […]

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  Today we have Jenny  from The Sweet Stuff sharing with us:   My home is small. 816 square feet to be exact. My home is old.  Built in 1956. My home is filled with many hand me downs and handmade items. My home is simple. My rug is old.  It’s beige and white color […]

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Have you ever been the target of identity theft? It can be a scary, expensive, and life altering thing. Even if you haven’t experienced identity theft by a savvy modern day bandit, I can guarantee you are being targeted for spiritual identity theft… and so are your children. Recent news events are disturbing in part […]

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She opens her mouth with wisdom,     and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. Proverbs 31:26 I have been spending time camping in Proverbs these past few weeks and Proverbs 31 seems to get most of my time.  It is mindful to remember that Proverbs are not promises for our lives but guides to […]

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“In your anger, do not sin.” ~Ephesians 4:26 As a busy mommy of nine, I’ve experienced my share of angry outbursts—both from me and from my children. Perhaps a little one got into big sister’s art supplies…again. Maybe I’ve asked for “quiet voices while the baby sleeps” one too many times. On any given day, […]

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It’s not fair. Three little words that sparked the feminist movement. Women didn’t think it was fair that men were treated more importantly than women. They thought they were viewed with lesser value than the men and it wasn’t fair. In some aspects this was true and in some cultures today women are treated with […]

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