The Bible is a manual for life and should be the first place we turn to for advice, encouragement, and inspiration in our marriages. However, Titus 2:3-5, states that we can learn from older (other) women on marriage, too. And many of these older or seasoned women have gained wisdom from their own life experiences… Continue reading Seven Encouraging and Inspirational Posts on Christian Marriage
Homeschooling Truths for those Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Days. Our day was rough from the get-go with a few of my children having less than desirable attitudes towards schooling. My eight year old who is recovering from a cold and did not sleep well due to coughing; was crabby this morning. My twelve-year-old… Continue reading Homeschooling Truths for those Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Days
Are You An Easily Offended Person? Are You An Easily Offended Person? “Why do so-and-so treat me this way?” “What did I do to deserve this?” Does this sound like you or anybody else that you may know? To be honest, this was me several years ago. Many of those early years in our marriage,… Continue reading Are You Easily Offended?
Fifteen Titus 2 Lessons that Every Young Christian Woman Needs to Know Do you ever wish somebody would have taken you aside as a young adult and shared some serious truths with you about adulting? I know that I do and as a middle aged woman it has become my ministry to ‘teach the younger woman’… Continue reading Fifteen Titus 2 Lessons that Every Young Christian Woman Needs to Know
How to Win Over a Non-Believing Husband Many Christian women live with unbelieving husbands which often makes tense moments or frustrating situations in marriage and/or parenting. A husband who is “disobedient to the word” is considered an unbeliever. (1 Peter 2:7) What does God want for the wife of a non-believer? God wants you to… Continue reading How to Win Over a Unbelieving Husband
Six Valuable Lessons that My Mother Taught Me Growing up my father, mother, and brother were quiet souls who were content staying home and living a fairly peaceful life; I wasn’t. In my youth, I was a loud and talkative child who was always on the go. I wanted to see the world and explore,… Continue reading Six Valuable Lessons that My Mother Taught Me
Encouragement for the Christian Homemaker Being a Christian woman is not a walk in the park. Often our days as wives, mothers, and homemakers are tiresome, tough, and tedious. This combination leaves us exhausted, feeling depressed, and burdened down by weight of our responsibilities. I want you to find the support that you need to… Continue reading Encouragement for the Christian Homemaker
The Importance of a Father in the Home This picture below is from seven years ago when my husband was holding my now 8 year old daughter. We have many pictures of my husband holding all our babies, rocking them, or playing with them as children. His love as a father has played such an… Continue reading The Importance of a Father in the Home
How to Be the Interior Decorator of Your Home- It’s Not What You Think An interior decorator is one who is hired to design and implement that design into a home. A woman who is a interior decorator is an woman invested in the character and heart of her home, children, and husband. She cares… Continue reading How to Be the Interior Decorator of Your Home- It’s Not What You Think
Is Your Home a Well-Oiled Machine? A well-managed home is like a well-oiled machine. All parts move together in unison and working together for the greater whole. As the manager of your home, you are the not the only ‘worker’ of the house. What is the manager of the home? Read more here. But as… Continue reading Is Your Home a Well-Oiled Machine?