Encouragement · Marriage

The Birthday Girl’s Lessons on Humility in Marriage

How I Learned Not to Be Selfish in My Marriage They say that experience is the best teacher, and that is one of the very reasons why I blog on the Titus 2 platform, so I am able to teach my readers and followers not to make the same mistakes that I have in the… Continue reading The Birthday Girl’s Lessons on Humility in Marriage

Encouragement · Marriage · Parenting · Titus 2

Speaking Words of Encouragement in Our Homes

Speaking Words of Encouragement in Our Homes “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.”                                    Ephesians 4:29… Continue reading Speaking Words of Encouragement in Our Homes

Marriage

WILL I SURVIVE THIS THING CALLED MOTHERHOOD?

MOM! MOM! MOM! Kid #1 “Mom, mom, mommy” Kid #3 interrupting kid #1, “MOM!” Kid #6 “Mommy, mommy, mommy, mommy” (interrupting all the others) Me:” Quit mommying me to death.” Kid #1 “Mom?” Me: “I changed my name. I will no longer answer to anything you previously called me.” Kids: “To what? Mommy, mom, mother,… Continue reading WILL I SURVIVE THIS THING CALLED MOTHERHOOD?

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Cherish These Days…For They Go By Too Quickly

Nobody tells you that once you become a mother you lose all sense of privacy and noise becomes part of the equation. The more children you have the potential for more noise increases.  My husband and I have six children and my hearing has been dulled. What did you just say?  I cannot hear you!… Continue reading Cherish These Days…For They Go By Too Quickly

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How to Overcome Your Fears in Three Steps

How to Overcome Your Fears in Three Steps Fear is normal. It will hold you back. Fear is a harsh reality of life. But just because you have fear, does not mean that you are doing something wrong. It does not mean that you are doing something bad. We all face fear. We all get… Continue reading How to Overcome Your Fears in Three Steps

Biblical womanhood · Health · Marriage

Keepers of the Home: Organization

Titus 2:5 calls women to be ‘workers at home.’  We are to be ’employed’ at home. Because we are employed managing our homes, we must not sit idle. In Proverbs 31:27, it states that “She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.”  By managing our homes we are bringing… Continue reading Keepers of the Home: Organization

Biblical womanhood · Health · Marriage

Biblical Homemaking: Learn How to Meal Plan Like a Pro

How to Meal Plan Like a Pro by Hannah Christenson 2017 was the year I started something new in my home. I started meal planning. I’m the kind of person who doesn’t really like to cook or bake. I would much rather do laundry or organize. Funny, I know. So when it comes to cooking, I’ve… Continue reading Biblical Homemaking: Learn How to Meal Plan Like a Pro

Health · Marriage

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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Keepers of the Home and Scripture for Biblical Homemaking

  Fight the Good Fight While it is an honor and such a blessing to be in this God-appointed position as the managers of our home, it is not often without discouragement. At times we can easily find ourselves lacking in joy, contentedness,  or passion for our calling in this ministry. It is important that… Continue reading Keepers of the Home and Scripture for Biblical Homemaking