Jan 21

Help Meet Game Rule #3 ~ To Love Their Children

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The most important thing a mother will do for her children is to create an atmosphere of peace and joy by deeply loving their Daddy and being satisfied with life.   God has honored the mother with the position of being the constant trainer of her young children.  A wise woman never expects anyone to …

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Jan 18

Cherished Things

1. Write for 5 minutes flat – no editing, no over thinking, no backtracking 2. Link back here and invite others to join in. 3. Please visit the person who linked up before you & encourage them in their comments. That is like the one rule we all really care about. For reals. OK, are …

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Jan 17

Enthusiasm vs. Apathy

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Enthusiasm vs. Apathy Definition: Expressing joy in each task as I give it my best effort. I Will…. * Be an energy giver * Smile * Treat every job as important *Put my whole heart into what I do * Not be discouraged by failure Week One Activities (Practicing ~ I will be an energy …

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Jan 17

I Have An Imperfect House and It’s Ok

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I’ve been so very blessed to be part of the No More Perfect Mom‘s book launch team. This book is life changing, and I encourage, no I beg, every mother…..every woman to take the time to read Jill’s book. Today, all of the Hearts at Home bloggers are sharing about how they have come to …

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Jan 16

Love’s Memory Review

As a lover of Christian Romance novels, and a firm believe in Biblical Marriage, I often have a hard time finding a book that combines the two. Either the romance goes too far before marriage, romance alone runs the marriage, or the Bible is merely a footnote. From the moment I began reading Shannon’s book, …

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Jan 16

Gardening: A Family Affair * A Guest Post * with Wisdom Wednesday Link Up

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Today I have the blessing of having one of my readers share a post with us! I pray you will be blessed by her words! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “I can’t believe you live like this. This is not how we were raised.”, my sister said, as I came in stomping mud from my shoes. She was appalled at …

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Jan 15

Religious Traditions

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Being raised in a Christian family, I grew up in church. Add being a Navy Brat, and that means I’ve seen and been a part of many, many churches. Which also means, I’ve seen lots of religious traditions. Traditions ranging from the same songs every Sunday, an altar call @ every service, to dinner on …

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Jan 14

Introducing….Contributor #7

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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 …

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Jan 14

Help Meet Practical Rule #2 ~ To Love Their Husbands

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This particular chapter in Debi Pearl’s book “Created to be His Help Meet”, is one that I wish she had added to. Much good can be found here, and some I will share in a moment, but I feel there is so much more to loving our husbands. I will be sharing a “How To” …

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Jan 13

Welcoming Contributor #6

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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 …

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