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Refresh Your Soul

Are you distracted? Overwhelmed?  Too busy to read the Bible? Stressed? Anxious? Ready to have your soul refreshed? As I write this blog post I am sitting outside on my front in the early morning hours.  My husband is at work and my children are all sleeping. Often this is the only time I get… Continue reading Refresh Your Soul

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Celebrating Freedom

The Fourth of July Backyard bbq’s, fireworks, and parades are just a few ways that we celebrate Independence Day in the United States of America. Celebrations are everywhere on the Fourth of July.  Some celebrate by attending or playing in baseball games, taking vacations, or attending concerts of many venues in towns across America. It… Continue reading Celebrating Freedom

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HOW TO RAISE GODLY GIRLS TO BE PURE IN HEART

PURE IN HEART To be pure is to be clean, wholesome, and abstain from evil or wrongdoing.  In church culture or society, purity typically used in reference to a person’s sexual behavior. It is very common in church culture to have teens take a purity oath, swear to be abstinent, and wear a ring as… Continue reading HOW TO RAISE GODLY GIRLS TO BE PURE IN HEART

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How to Eat Well Without Using Coupons (9 Tips to Help You Save Money)

Cooking for a large family can become expensive quickly. It is easy to become overwhelmed and just order takeout. But if your family is like mine, and you have a budget and try to stick to it, then careful planning is necessary. Learn how my family saves money and eats healthily without using coupons. *Stick… Continue reading How to Eat Well Without Using Coupons (9 Tips to Help You Save Money)

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Effective Tips and Tricks for Spring Cleaning

Spring has sprung!  Spring is here, spring is finally here! Even though we have snow still, bare patches of the ground are starting to peek out from under the mountain of snow that we call our yard. This is the time of year that many of us start to envision a clean home with the… Continue reading Effective Tips and Tricks for Spring Cleaning

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How Far is Too Far: The Government vs Alfie Evans

Alfie Evan’s and His Story Have you been keeping up on the situation over in England regarding the baby that is not allowed to leave the hospital?  If you are on social media such as Twitter or Facebook, it would be very difficult to miss this story happening right now in the UK.  It is all… Continue reading How Far is Too Far: The Government vs Alfie Evans

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13 Depression-era Life Lessons for Christians to have a Successful Life

Grandparents and Life Lessons My great grandparents were a very important part of my life.  Life at their farmhouse stood still when you were there.  I can still see my grandma (just barely over 4 ft) standing at the kitchen counter making her famous cinnamon rolls. I can clearly remember my grandfather sitting on the… Continue reading 13 Depression-era Life Lessons for Christians to have a Successful Life

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Three Tips to Help You With Organization

Three Tips to Help You Organize Your Home I love to organize. It’s one of those things that comes naturally to me and I enjoy doing it. Whether you like to keep things organized or not, it’s a great skill to have for running a household. Keeping your home organized makes life smoother and more… Continue reading Three Tips to Help You With Organization

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Mommy Blogger Series: Daily Routine and Chores

Elisabeth Elliot said, “This job has been given to me to do. Therefore, it is a gift. Therefore, it is a privilege. Therefore, it is an offering I may make to God. Therefore, it is to be done gladly, if it is done for Him. Here, not somewhere else, I may learn God’s way. In this… Continue reading Mommy Blogger Series: Daily Routine and Chores

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Weekly Chores

Routines and Flexibility Routines are not meant to confine us, but rather define us.  With a well-thought-out homemaking routine, we can look ahead with confident expectation. We can go about our day with a joyful anticipation of knowing what we are going to do next. Even though we may have the best-laid plans, the Lord is… Continue reading Weekly Chores