21st Century Women Versus Pilgrim Foremothers

| November 22, 2014

From Bambi Moore at In the Nursery of the Nation: The inscription on the Monument to the Pilgrim Mothers in Plymouth, Massachusetts reads: “They brought up their families in sturdy virtue and a living faith in God without which nations perish.” Years later, America’s foe, British general Lord Cornwallis said: “We may destroy all the […]

For Your Tomorrow

| September 20, 2014

(From the introduction to Queen of the Home) It is one of Scripture’s beautiful mysteries that in dying, we live. It is not easy. It is hard work in fact and it involves sacrifice. This is what our Saviour modeled and what the Lord abundantly blesses. Through His great grace it is in the daily laying […]

Top 10 Tips for Medieval Princesses

| July 27, 2014

From Suzannah Rowntree at LAF : “Let’s face it: most of us girls wanted to be a princess at some point in our lives, and had the plastic tiara and tinsel-covered dress to prove it. We may never grow up to marry a real prince, like Kate Middleton, or take princess lessons, like Australia’s Crown Princess […]

When There is No Joy to be Found in Motherhood

| July 27, 2014

From Bambi at In the Nursery if the Nation: There must be a balance before us of proclaiming the nobility and greatness of motherhood—because it is noble and great (this is the next generation, people!) —and the hard truth that sometimes life ain’t purty.All of this to say, ask yourself if your expectations are realistic for what […]

Godly Legacy of Countess Juliana van Stolberg

| June 23, 2014

An inspiring, historical tidbit from Strangers and Pilgrims on Earth: What is special about this woman, is that she knew the truth about reform. It starts in the family. She raised her 17 children with the Bible as their foundation. She instilled the conviction that man should should have “freedom of religion” (does this concept […]

Queen of Her Own Quiet Home

| January 15, 2014

I was thrilled to come across this poem today at Strangers and Pilgrims on Earth: Not in the church to rule or teach, her place; Not in the mart of trade, or senate halls; Not the wild, festive scene is hers to grace; Not Fashion’s altar her its victim calls; Not here her field of […]

The “Kingdom Choice” of Raising Children

| November 14, 2011

Words of wisdom from Kelly Crawford over at Generation Cedar: When Christians stop being “Kingdom-minded”, they stop making Kingdom choices. Choices like devoting a life to raising the next generation to love God, to honor authority and to live wisely. The very church of Christ has so degraded the blessing of children (and thus minimized a […]

What does “Virtuous” really mean? (Excerpt from the Introduction to “Queen of the Home”)

| October 28, 2011

(From the introduction to Queen of the Home) Scripture declares the truth; it is through the saving work of Christ and in a life lived according to the standard set forth in God’s Holy Word that a woman is most honored and elevated to a position like no other on earth. She is given great respect, […]

Announcing Queen of the Home!!

| October 10, 2011

I am thrilled to announce the completion of a book project spanning the past four years! Queen of the Home: Essays, Poetry and Quotes on the Honor, Power and Nobility of Biblical Womanhood is now available from Vision Forum! In past generations, the role of wife and mother was viewed as a sacred calling. The […]

The Kingdom of Home

| October 10, 2011

Encouraging words of wisdom from Sally Clarkson: So, the starting point is to see our domain as a Kingdom. We are the queens who rule over our domain. We are the authorities who will determine, to a great deal, the provision of those in our kingdom, the character, the hope and confidence and success as […]