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
Encouragement for those Feeling Lost and Hopeless What do your eyes see, heart feel, and mind think upon first waking up? Do you dread the start of any new day because of you feel lost and hopeless? As we enter into the holiday season, there are many that are suffering with depression, hopelessness, lack of… Continue reading Encouragement for those Feeling Lost and Hopeless
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
Respect is to be in awe of, to revere, to reverence or treat someone special. Respect in Marriage In Ephesians 5:33 Paul wrote about respect, stating that “…..the wife (must see to it) that she respects, and delights in her husband (that she notices and prefers him and treats him with loving concern, treasuring him,… Continue reading Biblical Marriage: Four Ways to Show Respect to Your Husband
Overwhelmed? Anxious? Trying to tame the beast? Feel like your life is out of control? You are not alone. In fact, one study learned that 40 million American adults are affected by an anxiety disorder. Life can be busy. Life can get overwhelming. I feel like I have somewhat borderline OCDish (that’s a word, right?)… Continue reading Are You Overwhelmed? Anxious? Stressed? What Does the Bible Say About It?
Child. Death. Funeral. Grief. Survival. New normal. Unfortunately, it is not as rare as you would think. These words stop me cold EVERY SINGLE TIME I see them. Since losing David, my eyes are open to the plight of the bereaved everywhere, especially in my own community. A week ago my own small community faced the… Continue reading Grief, child loss, and life
All six children were up 45 minutes early when our typical wake up time is 6:45. I lost my alone time, but the morning went on… ….then my seven year old daughter spilled the sugar ALL OVER the floor and did not tell me until her one of her sister’s had already walked through it.… Continue reading My circus life: A frozen caterpillar, soggy Cheerios, science experiments, and the splash heard around the house