Training Ground for Mature Adult Character

  Are you looking for help in teaching your daughters home skills? I remember finding books for my girls to work through and it helped them to understand what kinds of things needed to be done around the house. Sometimes it would even be things that I would not have thought to tell them about […]

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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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  We hate to break the bad news but yes, today is the very last day to take advantage of the great deals in the biggest homeschool sale of the year–the Build Your Bundle sale! And let’s face it, we all need to save money somewhere–that is why we are letting you know before it […]

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“My daughter just became a teenager this month. I am at my wits end trying to teach her to make good decisions. It seems like her friends matter more to her and she won’t listen to me. Do you know of any books that I can give her to help? Thank you!” Sometimes being a […]

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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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As Christians we have a rich heritage.  Only the Word of God is the firm foundation we can stand upon, but reflecting on faithful saints of the past who stood rock solid on that foundation can be a useful tool in helping us gird up the loins of our minds. Women are swamped with lies and half-truths just as much […]

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