“How to keep going joyfully when everything you do quickly becomes unraveled again.”

| July 20, 2011

Listen to this encouraging message from Jenny of A Mother’s Heritage on today’s Morning Motivation.

No Air Conditioning: In Which I Remember How Much I Love Alaska

| June 3, 2011

I’ll be honest. I’m a wimp when it comes to the heat. I grew up in Alaska where the spiders are skinny and anemic little guys, snakes do not exist and the summers are beautifully reasonable and worth the wait of the long winter. Sigh. I sure miss that place.  Now that we live in the […]

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 […]

Putting the “Make” in Homemaker

| March 15, 2011

Here is an amazing website for those of you (like me) with Pottery Barn taste on a realistic budget.  Ana White is a homemaker who offers a huge assortment of free (relatively) simple plans and how-to tips for building your own Pricey Catalog inspired furniture.  You’ll find plans for beds of all sizes, nightstands, tables, bookshelves, desks […]

Servant or Queen?

| February 28, 2011

Over the past century Biblical womanhood has been under extreme fire from radical feminists and Marxists. In their attempts to annihilate the traditional, God-ordained family unit they have rightly understood that one of their top strategies must be not only to attack and destroy strong manhood, but to remove women from their rightful sphere of […]

The Singing House

| August 26, 2010

From a story originally published in 1932: ‘Now can I go over to Jimmy’s, Mother?’ he asked. ‘But Fred,’ I remonstrated, ‘you were over there yesterday, yes, and the day before. Why not have Jimmy come here today?’ ‘Oh, he wouldn’t want to.’ Fred’s lip quivered in spite of his six years of manhood. ‘Please, […]

Put Your Life in a Binder !

| August 22, 2010

Guest Post by Kendra Fletcher ~ Originally posted Nov. 29,2006 Managing a household is never a small task, no matter the size of your family or the square footage of your home. We have seen both the size of our family and our livable space expand over the years, and with it all comes a […]

Book Review: The Penny Pantry

| August 22, 2010

Here is a brand new e-book by homeschooling mother of 8, Bethany Vaughn. At 75 pages long The Penny Pantry is packed with information on how to drastically slash your grocery bill  while stocking a large pantry. The book is well laid out and covers a range of ways to reduce spending from couponing (which […]