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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

Encouragement · Homemaking · Uncategorized

Homemaking as a Ministry

Challenge I want you to think about something for a minute. I want to think about homemaking as a ministry. If you have never thought of this way, it will probably be a challenge.   You may think of ministries as something done in a church, or in another country.   But, the truth is, that as… Continue reading Homemaking as a Ministry

Biblical womanhood · Blogging · Encouragement · Parenting · Titus 2

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

Encouragement

Reading Your Bible: Encouragement to Stay in the Word Daily

Keeper’s Corner Do you see the photo up above? It is one of my ‘war rooms’ (https://stephanieamalcolm.com/war-room-where-do-you-pray/ in my home. This is where you can often find me with my children reading a story, reading the Bible, or watching funny YouTube videos in the evening. I have to admit that at times my Bible time can… Continue reading Reading Your Bible: Encouragement to Stay in the Word Daily

Keepers Corner

Keepers Corner: Gladly Serving My Family

It is cold and snowy here in northern Michigan today. As the morning surrenders its remaining time and slowly stretches into the afternoon; I become focused on a new set of tasks. So, while my four year old is napping and my 13 year old is doing her schooling on my bed—–it is time for… Continue reading Keepers Corner: Gladly Serving My Family

Homemaking

How Block Scheduling Can Help in Homemaking

BUSY WOMEN As a whole women are a busy bunch of people. Whether we work at home, are a homemaker, have a career, have children or don’t have children; our schedules are packed and the calendar is full. We fill our time with various activities such as work, play, sports, leisure, church, family time, homemaking,… Continue reading How Block Scheduling Can Help in Homemaking

Encouragement

12 Reasons Why You Should Attend Church (even when you don’t feel like it)

Is it Sunday morning and you are fighting urge to stay home from church? Perhaps, you have a dozen and half legitimate reasons such as: “I was out late tonight and need to get some sleep.” “Nobody will notice if I am not there just this one Sunday.” “Church is so boring, why do I… Continue reading 12 Reasons Why You Should Attend Church (even when you don’t feel like it)

Blogging

How to Spot a Troll On Social Media

Troll: according to the Urban Dictionary’s definition for “trolling,” it is defined as: “the deliberate act, (by a Troll – noun or adjective), of making random unsolicited and/or controversial comments on various internet forums with the intent to provoke an emotional knee jerk reaction from unsuspecting readers to engage in a fight or argument.” So… Continue reading How to Spot a Troll On Social Media

Christian Book Studies

Living Virtuously Book Study: Chapter 20 & 21

Virtuous Joy and Kindness She exudes kindess. She does not gossip. She has integrity. There is nothing haughty or pretentious about her. When she speaks she is gentle, full of wisdom, and eager to offer encouragement. Who is this lady? This is somebody who practices Proverbs 31:26, “She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in… Continue reading Living Virtuously Book Study: Chapter 20 & 21