How a Pink Drink Was an Answer to Prayer: Plexus Slim Review

| October 29, 2014

I have struggled with health issues for most of my life, including chronic ear infections, allergies, eczema and more. For the past eight years I have been struggling with severe, often debilitating, adrenal fatigue. Four of those years, including this one, have been spent partly bedridden. With 8 young children growing up before my eyes […]

Another Queen of the Home Giveaway!

| January 26, 2013

Friends, if you are hungry for some eternal perspective in the difficult task of motherhood and homemaking, this is the book for you. It is a treasure trove full of encouragement and vision. With generous quotes and passages from authors both historic and modern, the book powerfully and boldly inspired me to “keep” a home […]

Review: The Monstrous Regiment of Women

| December 16, 2011

In their documentary,  The Monstrous Regiment of Women, Colin and Emily Gunn have produced an incredible, well-researched, articulate, and powerful expose’ of feminism, its agenda, and its far-reaching, destructive influence on society. They do not just dwell on the negative, however, but give hope by standing firmly on God’s Holy Word and revealing His high […]

Feedback on “Queen of the Home”

| November 3, 2011

Here are two recent reviews of  Queen of the Home!: I literally am blessed to tears of joy by the book  Queen of the Home. I have read many books and enjoyed them, but never have I read a book that comes so close to my heart speaking itself. If my heart could speak it would say […]

Bookstore: Curriculum Advice from Victoria Botkin

| September 1, 2011

Curriculum Advice by Victoria Botkin Vol. 1  For Assistance with Students Ages 3-8 Homeschooling. Lots of families have done it. But can you do it? How hard is it? What does it actually look like? How do I know if I’m on the right track? Victoria Botkin has seven well-educated children who love home education and […]

Watch the Film “Divided” Free Online

| July 22, 2011

There is a crisis. Christian youth are rapidly leaving evangelical churches for the world. This well-recognized disaster has been the topic of significant discussion in recent years for both church leaders and modern new media. DIVIDED follows young Christian filmmaker Philip Leclerc on a revealing journey as he seeks answers to what has led his […]

Lilla Rose Flexi-Clip Giveaway!

| April 27, 2011

Have you discovered Flexi-Clips by Lilla Rose yet? They are are wonderful! I’ve had my eye on them for quite awhile so was delighted when Misty of Sweet Hairlooms asked if I would like to review one. With long, thick hair and very little talent in the way of hairstyling I hoped these might be the solution I […]

Part 2 of Beaches, Bikinis, and…Bibles?

| April 15, 2011

Thought provoking commentary by Carmon Freidrich on the new movie Soul Surfer (If you haven’t read Part One yet, you can do so here.) The concerns Stacy and I have about the movie have nothing to do with the real Bethany and her genuine testimony, though she and her family, according to stories I’ve read, seem to […]

Susan Wise Bauer, “Why Paul Would Have Flunked Hermeneutics”

| April 5, 2011

This is an important article to read as Susan Wise Bauer is a leader in the Christian homeschool community and her books are widely sold and used by many, many families. I have used and appreciated some of her materials, including the phonics book published by her company. What she states in the article quoted in […]

Bookstore: Large Family Logistics

| February 25, 2011

Large Family Logistics by Kim Brenneman Moms have many tasks to tackle and obstacles to overcome: the laundry monster, household clutter and cleaning needs, caring for babies and little ones, menu planning and mealtime routines, town outings, homeschooling, bill paying—and even more! Like many wives and mothers, author Kim Brenneman didn’t start out with all of […]