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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

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Six Reasons Why I Have Been Accused of Being a Mean Mom

Are You a Mean Mom? I tell my children “no” frequently. I say no to playing on electronics, grabbing junk food, and staying up late. What I have gotten in return are children that play outside, enjoying eating fruit, and are well rested in the morning. I send them to school when they say they… Continue reading Six Reasons Why I Have Been Accused of Being a Mean Mom

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The Benefits of Eating Together as a Family

  Do you know the benefits of eating together as a family?  It is one of the best thigns to do if you are trying to create more quality time.  If you have noticed a disconnect from your family. The one thing that you can do (short of quitting your job, buying and RV, and… Continue reading The Benefits of Eating Together as a Family

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Feminism, Gender Roles, and Biblical Womanhood

Blogging on Biblical Womanhood and Christian homemaking has been an eye opening journey for me.   It has caused me to read my Bible more, meditate on Scripture, seek the meaning behind the Scripture, weed out falsehoods, and understand why it was written.   The older I get, the more wisdom I have sought, and… Continue reading Feminism, Gender Roles, and Biblical Womanhood

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DO YOU STRUGGLE WITH ANGER?

WOULD OTHERS CONSIDER YOU TO BE KIND? Or do you have a spirit of anger in your soul? It takes more energy to be angry than it does kind. You cannot hide anger for very long. The more you suppress it, the more it will bubble to the surface later on. WHAT WOULD YOUR REACTION… Continue reading DO YOU STRUGGLE WITH ANGER?

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TRAINING KEEPERS OF THE HOME: ARTICLES AND RESOURCES ON BIBLICAL WOMANHOOD AND CHRISTIAN HOMEMAKING

Hello ladies.  I am so glad you are here. What a blessing it is to have you join me today! This blog, Training Keepers of the Home, is my little corner of cyberspace where I love to teach and encourage you in your walk as keeper of your home.  On Training Keepers of the Home… Continue reading TRAINING KEEPERS OF THE HOME: ARTICLES AND RESOURCES ON BIBLICAL WOMANHOOD AND CHRISTIAN HOMEMAKING

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How to Speak Life Into Your Home

If you have been on my blog for any length of time, then you know that I often remind women that we set the tone for our homes.  This is done through our attitudes and actions by speaking life through words of encouragement. “The wife and mother in a family often ‘sets the tone’ in… Continue reading How to Speak Life Into Your Home

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5 Steps in Overcoming an Anger Problem

“I am so angry right now…….Have you ever said those words? Do you ever get annoyed at the number of times you hear “Mommy” throughout the day? How about walking into a room that you just cleaned to see it messed up again-did you get angry? What about snapping at your children because you wanted… Continue reading 5 Steps in Overcoming an Anger Problem

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Training Keepers of the Home Resource Page

  As a busy mom, wife, homemaker, and a blogger, it has been essential for me to a trusty list of resources.  Of course, my Bible is the first place I turn to when I need proper guidance. However, the list of resources on this page have proven helpful and informative in my walk of Biblical… Continue reading Training Keepers of the Home Resource Page

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Trusting God When Things Don’t Go Your Way

Follow Your Heart My husband told me many years ago that I was a ‘control freak’  because I would try to fix everything. When he told me that I remember being deeply offended. Did he not know that I knew what was best for everybody (insert sarcasm)? Because of how I felt, I believed I… Continue reading Trusting God When Things Don’t Go Your Way