I am pleased to introduce…….
Our Homeschooling Encouragement Contributor
Lori Hatcher is a transplanted Yankee living happily in the south with her husband, David, a youth minister, and faithful four-footed friend, Winston. A 17-year homeschooling veteran with two young adult daughters, Lori has written a devotional book, Joy in the Journey — Encouragement for Homeschooling Moms. A Type-A personality who is learning to be still and sit at God’s feet, Lori writes from the overflow of her heart as God speaks to her.
The editor of South Carolina’s Reach Out Columbia magazine, her feature articles and devotions have been published in P31, Evangel, Columbia Metropolitan, The Mother’s Heart, Inspired Women. She is a featured blogger for Inspired Women and Mardel’s homeschooling website. Author of the blog, Hungry for God; Starving for Time, Lori writes to challenge and encourage believers to “be not weary in doing good, for you will reap a harvest if you do not faint”. (Galatians 6:9).
Please take a moment to swing by Lori’s corner, I’m sure you will be blessed!
Our Culinary Contributor
Kristen Carrier is blessed to be a mother of two — a seven-year-old Lego engineer named Landon and a six-month old cutie pie named Raegan. Her husband, Chris, is her best friend and her soul mate. They love their crazy rescue-mutt, a four-year-old “puppy” named Comet. She juggles working part-time, as a math tutor, and keeping house. She loves planning & organizing, trying new recipes, and snuggling with her family on movie nights. She blogs about her adventures in cooking, cleaning, organizing, marriage, and parenting at her blog, Trial and Error Homemaking.
Please be sure to stop by her corner, and see what she is up to there!
Our Biblical Ministry Contributor
Rosilind is an American girl living in Croatia. Raised in a pastor’s home her entire life, she always knew she would end up in full-time ministry. In 2004, she packed her bags, waved goodbye to everything familiar in life and began her life as a missionary. Three years later she married a godly Croatian man and they have two crazy, silly toddler boys. Rosilind is a graduate of Advanced Training Institute of America and worked with ATI in teaching juvenile delinquents. In 2001, she graduated from Christ for the Nations Institute where she majored in Practical Theology, minored in music, and attended School of Worship and the Arts. Her past and present ministries include; leading worship, counseling, children’s ministries, youth ministry, women’s ministries, discipleship, leading Bible Studies and home groups. Rosilind currently works at home as the church English administrator, coordinates children’s ministries, translates, edits, and teaches private piano. In her spare time she enjoys writing, crocheting and going on nature walks.
Rosilind is the author of A Little R & R. Her deep passion to encourage women to embrace the role God created them for and her deep love of the Bible drove her to take A Little R & R from the random blog about her kids and use it to encourages women to find contentment in what God created them to be. She also shares recipes, tips on organizing, and advice for new moms. Rosilind has been blogging since 2004 and has written 2 books, a personal commentary of the Bible, numerous unpublished articles, and songs. You can follow her on Facebook.
Please be a sweetie and visit my dear friend’s corner? She truly has been a wonderful blessing to me over the last 7 months!
Our Mother’s Encouragement Contributor
Marissa’s corner, Reading List provides a place to find reviews of books from the perspective of a Christian mommy, and Marissa shares her take on many of the books she reads – particularly fiction, Christian fiction/non-fiction, Christian studies/devotionals, children’s books and more. She invites friends and followers to join in the discussion. Reading List is also home to the Cozy Book Hop, a chance to share your own thoughts on books once a week.
Take a moment? Click over to her corner, find some great reviews books and so much more!
Our Ministry Contributor
Take a minute….swing by and check out her lil space! It’s so cute, refreshing and inspiring!
Our Fitness Contributor
Last year, April became a stay-at-home mother to two beautiful children thanks to her husband of six years. She started her family journey unexpectedly, having gotten pregnant during her final year of law school. As an unwed mother, she struggled with a re-occurrence of depression. Her son’s father (who is her husband) has nurtured her through changing her career from lawyer to stay-at-home mother and through the losses of their son, her father and her grandmother.
Over the years, her weight has slowly risen as she worked outside the home and through her depression. Now that she is home full-time, she decided to change her focus to her family, which most importantly is her health, because without her health, she would have no family.
She firmly believes that our husband’s attraction is not only to our personality but our bodies. We, as our husband’s help meets, should try to maintain the woman he married. Although we may have had children, or we falter through other obstacles such as depression, it is our responsibility to work to get back to that woman. Sometimes that journey up is short, sometimes it’s long. What’s important is you recognizing that it’s something that you want to change and you are ready to make that change.
Her blog, 100lb Countdown is here to inspire you, guide you, help you take your lifestyle into your own hands to be the best help meet for your husband. Her hope is to help inspire you to make small lifestyle changes to help you get to your goal.
1 Corinthians 11:9 Neither was man created for woman, but woman for man.
Titus 2:5 To be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled.
Proverbs 5:18-19 Let your fountain be blessed, and rejoice in the wife of your youth, a lovely deer, a graceful doe. Let her breasts fill you at all times with delight; be intoxicated always in her love.
Stopping by her corner? Be sure to ok?
Our DIY/Craft Contributor
Hello! I’m Sarah Coller, just a regular girl saved from her sins by the Lord Jesus Christ. Married to Jamie for 15 years and mother to nine sweet blessings, ages 13 down to newborn, I stay busy homemaking and homeschooling. My passion is creating a comfortable and peaceful home for my husband and children. My focus on Simply Helping Him will be posts offering DIY projects and crafts. I have a very big stash of supplies that never seems to shrink—no matter how many fabulous things I create! In addition to creating fun and useful things, I also enjoy reading classic novels, thrifting, tea, and all things British. Thankful for God’s saving grace, I hope to leave a legacy that reflects His faithfulness. I blog at Hope In Every Season.
Hope In Every Season started out as a cheeky response to friends who were harassing me to start a blog. In fact, it’s original name was, I Don’t Wanna Blog. Over the last five years, it’s grown into a wonderful ministry and a springboard for many great friendships. I feature Biblical devotions, vintage and antique finds, crafts and DIY, book reviews, and fun glimpses into the life of our happy family.
Be sure to swing by her corner ;) It’s super cute, creative and a blessing!