Raising Sons

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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  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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Today we have a guest post by Chelsea Allen… What’s the atmosphere of your home like? Is it peaceful? Is it chaos? Loud? Busy? Empty? It’s hardly ever just one of these things. As time and situations change so does the atmosphere of the home. Teenagers make for a busy home. Young adults can make […]

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Do you ever wish you could teach your children large portions of scripture, but just don’t know where to start, what passages to teach or how to teach it?  Many mothers, especially new Christians, feel the same. This week Family Vision Films is offering the Scripture Talk-Making Bible Memory Fun DVD for just $14.95.   That saves you $3.00 on each […]

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Several months ago I came across a little book called, Your Future ‘Other Half’: It Matters Whom You Marry by Rebecca VanDoodewaard.  Rebecca addresses the importance of considering the type of spouse a woman hopes to marry.  I want to share with you the areas the book covers and some impactful quotes but I encourage […]

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One of our sons just turned the ripe old age of 20, and do you know how he celebrated? He super-cleaned his room. Yep, this is the guy who put his clothes on inside-out and backwards until he was 18. This is the guy who didn’t change his socks for weeks (can I say pewwwweee!?). […]

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Have you heard of Libby over at A Noble Calling who writes a blog for daughters at home? She recently reviewed our newest eBook, How to Build a Strong Christian Home, from a daughter’s perspective and here is what she had to say: “Even though this book was primarily written for wives and mothers, I […]

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Some days do you feel all alone as a mother? Do you suffer from infertility? Are you weary? Do you need help mothering from a biblical perspective? Do you want to leave a Christlike legacy to your children? Do you need encouragement on breastfeeding or raising young children? Are you a mom suffering with health […]

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