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An Honest Review of the NIV, Beautiful Word Coloring Bible for Girls

As a member of the Bible Gateway Blogger Grid (BG²), I received this Bible free in exchange for my honest review. #BibleGatewayPartner When did you first receive a Bible? As an 8-year-old little girl, I received my father’s very well worn, leather KJV Bible. The Bible served him well in the Christian schools he had… Continue reading An Honest Review of the NIV, Beautiful Word Coloring Bible for Girls

Homemaking

How to Set Goals as a Christian Homemaker

I get overwhelmed easily, especially when it comes to making a decision. When I get overwhelmed, I tend to retreat and just give up, never set forth in accomplishing anything. However, if something is already categorized and made simple for me, my life suddenly becomes easier. That is why I don’t set resolutions, instead, I… Continue reading How to Set Goals as a Christian Homemaker

Biblical womanhood · Encouragement

Christlikeness and Biblical Womanhood

When I began Training Keepers of the Home years ago, the goal was to encourage women in their faith walk as Christian homemakers and spiritual growth in Biblical womanhood. Being a Christian homemaker is more than cooking and cleaning. Just as being a Christian woman is more than and motherhood and marriage. Encouragement in biblical… Continue reading Christlikeness and Biblical Womanhood

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The Grass is Not Always Greener: Treating Your Marriage Like a Garden

Greener Grass I have heard it said that the allure of greener pastures proves to be too much for some. At some point in our life, we all fall victim to the comparison game and find ourselves coveting what others have. Maybe we want to have a much bigger house like our neighbors. Or maybe… Continue reading The Grass is Not Always Greener: Treating Your Marriage Like a Garden

Encouragement · Homemaking

Two Facts to Consider When You Struggle with Homemaking

Are you a stay-at-home mom who struggles with homemaking? Is the desire of your heart to be a homemaker because you feel it is important and that you are honoring God’s will for your life? But maybe it does not come easy for you and you have wondered: Do I have to love all aspects… Continue reading Two Facts to Consider When You Struggle with Homemaking

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A Gentle and Quiet Spirit in a Feminist World

Some Common Feminist Myths and Lies Feminist ideology has seeped into every aspect of our society and the damage done by these lies runs deep. *Feminism whispers in our ears that we are the most important beings. *Feminism spreads the lie that as women our happiness must come first. *Feminism says that women must be… Continue reading A Gentle and Quiet Spirit in a Feminist World

Parenting

Shepherding the Heart of Your Child

Shepherd: one who tends to, protects, and guides a flock of sheep. Sheep are known for getting lost, getting injured, and for easily being left in a state of vulnerability unless they are cared for by a shepherd.  A good shepherd will lead his flock of sheep safely all the while tending to their needs.… Continue reading Shepherding the Heart of Your Child

Homemaking

Summer Cleaning Tips

SUMMER CLEANING TIPS Summer weather is here, the children are almost out of school for the season, and everybody’s favorite time has arrived: SUMMER! Summer is great for get-togethers, BBQs, sporting events, playing outside, watching fireworks, campfires, family vacations, and dirt. If your family is like mine and practically lives outdoors during the summer months,… Continue reading Summer Cleaning Tips