Wanted: Your Gardening Wisdom

| March 31, 2011

One of the new features I would like to offer at Noble Womanhood is a Topic of the Month. In addition to regular postings we will also focus on a specific subject each month and this is where you come in! My hope is that Noble Womanhood could be a place where much collective wisdom is […]

Family Tree

| March 28, 2011

Thank God that He gives us a future and a hope and that His mercy, forgiveness and grace are not dependent on what we’ve done or where we’ve come from . He is the Redeemer and the God of new beginnings. If you come from a broken or hurting family this song will encourage you. In […]

Off Grid Livin’

| March 23, 2011

Here is a great post by Vicki West (of Homestead Blessings ) on thriving without electricity: In the recent past we have been frequently asked the question, “how do you actually live without electricity?” In response to those who asked and to any of you who may be also wondering, here is our answer.   We […]

Quote of the Week ~ March 22, 2011

| March 22, 2011

“Thank God, O women for the quietude of your home, and that you are queen in it. Men come at eventide to the home; but all day long you are there, beautifying it, sanctifying it, adorning it, blessing it. Better be there than wear a queen’s coronet. Better be there than carry the purse of […]

The Practical Kingdom of God

| March 22, 2011

Here is another inspiring post by Leah Smith, author of the brand new book Diapers, Dishes & Dominion-How Christian Housewives Could Change the World I know I’m not the only high-strung mom in the world… It’s a hunch, anyway. While I don’t have amazing insight into why I am this way or great advice as […]

Children: Heritage or Possession?

| March 22, 2011

Some excellent thoughts from Kelly Crawford at Generation Cedar: Before the socially acceptable option of choosing life, children were in a category of “spiritual, supernatural, miraculous”. And rightly so. The Bible calls them a “heritage from the Lord”.  A heritage is an immaterial, intangible gift passed down.  It’s an inheritance the GIVER chooses and over which […]

Physician Wholeheartedly Gives Up Medical Practice to Be a Wife and Mother of Eight Children for the Glory of God!

| March 21, 2011

This is a wonderfully inspiring testimony from a woman who gave up the temporary prestige of a career for the noble and eternal work of a wife and mother: This is not a story that the feminists want you to hear. Despite their appeals for a women’s choice, the idea that and “intelligent, educated, woman” would […]

Clean Your Dishwasher Filter Day!

| March 21, 2011

Today is Dishwasher Filter Cleaning Day! Well, at my house anyway… it isn’t quite enough of a holiday for Google to create one of those special “Google” logos – though apparently the birthdays of modern artists and Nobel Peace Prize winners I’ve never even heard of before make the cut – but I digress. Did you know that dishwashers have […]

Quote of the Week ~ March 16, 2011

| March 16, 2011

“Mothers and daughters, wives and sisters, remember that you have the making of the future of this great country, and rise at once to your high and holy duty. Remember that you must make that future, whether you will or not. We are all what you make us. Ah! Throw away your weakening follies of […]

The End of Not Me

| March 16, 2011

Self sacrifice does not come easily to our naturally selfish natures and is not encouraged in our “Me-First ” culture. It is, however, a virtue and discipline that must be learned and practiced – and the sooner the better. To be like Christ we must die to self, and there we find true joy.  Here are some […]