Biblical womanhood · Encouragement · Homemaking · Marriage · Parenting

Are You a Virtuous Woman?

A virtuous woman is a woman of strength, priorities in order, activities are centered around her home, with honorable characteristics, and she is a blessed woman. The Bible speaks of the “virtuous woman”.  But, who is she? How does God in His Word describe her? A VIRTUOUS WOMAN HER PRIORITIES ARE IN ORDER She is a… Continue reading Are You a Virtuous Woman?

Blogging · Encouragement · Parenting

Following and Trusting in Your Mama Heart

When it comes to making decisions as a mother, we are often confused because of conflicting advice that we receive. We just want to do what is right and in our child’s best nature, that is why we reach out for advice. On the other hand, we often receive unsolicited advice that we never wanted… Continue reading Following and Trusting in Your Mama Heart

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My Readers Top 10 Favorite Blog Posts

You can tell a lot about a person by what they write. In case you have not noticed, I love to write on the topics of Biblical Womanhood and Christian homemaking. My blog posts range in variety from marriage, parenting, frugality, encouragement, to many other topics. I write because I want to teach others to… Continue reading My Readers Top 10 Favorite Blog Posts

Parenting

Training Our Children Up in the Way They Should Go

Today I was blessed with another car ride with four of my children as I drove them to school. Every day it is the same routine.  Nothing changes except our conversation, which my kids have dubbed “Mom’s Daily Encouragement” because I am always talking about something. Monday, we talked about being the LIGHT to others.… Continue reading Training Our Children Up in the Way They Should Go

Parenting

19 Christmas Traditions to Begin as a Family

Don’t you just love Christmas? The spirit, songs, and festivities are deeply entrenched in our souls. Part of what makes Christmas so special are the traditions that we did as a child; and in turn the traditions that we do with our own family. Your children are going to remember the time spent together, the… Continue reading 19 Christmas Traditions to Begin as a Family

Parenting

Christmas Rice Sensory Bin

With Christmas time right around the corner, it means that our children are often stuck indoors when its too cold to play outside. So are you looking for a way to entertain your younger children indoors? Yet, you are tired of turning on the television or having them play video games? And you want to… Continue reading Christmas Rice Sensory Bin

Parenting

Struggling With Your Prayer Life as a Mom?

It is hard to pray at times. Mom brain can zap all of our energy and cause us to lose our focus. Prayer is often the last thing on our minds, especially on those days that we struggle to even get a shower. Yet prayer is essential to a thriving spriritual life, especially for the… Continue reading Struggling With Your Prayer Life as a Mom?

Encouragement · Parenting

Unhappy Life = Unhappy Wife? Unhappy Mom? Learning How to Become Content-No Matter What!

State of Discontentment This world lives in a perpetual state of discontentment.  As women, it easy to feel sorry for ourselves as we compare our lives to others. We may feel discontentment over lack of money, wanting finer home decor, failure on many different things, or being able to take that Disney vacation. Women are… Continue reading Unhappy Life = Unhappy Wife? Unhappy Mom? Learning How to Become Content-No Matter What!

Parenting

Four (Radical) Ways to Love Your Children

Do you remember the first time that you held your newborn baby?  It seemed that your baby could never do anything wrong.  It was love at first glance as a mom.  Your heart was filled with so much love and contentment. However,  those warm fuzzies last do not last forever and we learn quickly that… Continue reading Four (Radical) Ways to Love Your Children

Encouragement · Homemaking · Parenting

Glory in the midst of the chaos

We are on day three of dealing with sick children. Sickness from both ends. Middle of the night vomiting. Dirty sheets, numerous baths, and stained pillows. My washing machine has been running non-stop for three days.  One urgent care visit. Antibiotics and painkillers for one child. Only one child attended school today, while five are… Continue reading Glory in the midst of the chaos