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When my older daughters were younger I had a book called Keepers of the Faith.   It is a handy book that I used to teach my daughters life and homemaking skills and conveniently all in a little pink book for inspiration. I wanted to share about it today because some of you, if you […]

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In John 14:6 Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” Interestingly enough 65% of religious Americans believe many religions can lead to eternal life.  In other words, people believe what is right in their own eyes on the most important issue of […]

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This week has been one of upheaval for our family as we’ve suddenly been required to find a new home. Like I told a friend, this isn’t our first rodeo and I learned long ago not to stress about stuff like this. God always works it out and the blessings are always more than the […]

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There are so many reasons to be a stay-at-home-mom. We could talk about not getting to miss any of your childrens “moments”, training them up in the ways of the Lord, on and on we could list all the benefits of staying home. One area, though, can be looked at as both a benefit or […]

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When you have a blog post to write, it’s not good to be at a loss for words. That is how I feel this week. It’s not a case of writer’s block. It’s not a lack of events of life from which to draw–as a wife and mommy, my life is busy and full. As […]

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Do you have a book wish list? I do and one book at the very top of it is the modern version of Martha Lloyd’s cookbook. Martha Lloyd was the close friend of Jane Austen’s family who lived with the author, her sister, and her widowed mother before eventually marrying Jane’s brother, Frank. She kept […]

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There are 2 Biblical objectives to speaking truth.  Truth is to be spoken in love.  Truth is to be proclaimed.  Stick with me as I attempt both by asking the question: Are you a homemaker living like a feminist? A feminist is one who believes in equality and expects her man to pull his own […]

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  The other day after we finished a tough homeschool day, I was thinking about our homeschool journey. I was thinking about the importance of academics, but that there are so many things I want my children to learn that have nothing to do with academics and everything to do with living life: You are God’s […]

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