Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Home: A Place of Economics – Part 9

I really want to inspire women to come back home and make it their center for economic affairs.  It can be their source, not a sacrifice.  I wish to debunk the myths about why a woman needs to work outside … Continue reading

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Friday Family Fun: Free Play In The Great Outdoors

What child doesn’t like to be an explorer in nature?  I remember when I was a child; I loved hiking.  Anything to be surrounded by trees, bubbling streams, bugs, the sound of birds and the gentle breeze were my favorite … Continue reading

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Essential Oils Uses For The Natural Homemaker: A Basic Guide For Starters

I highly recommend adding essential oils to our homemaking.  They are so helpful in many different ways from calming down super active children in the evening to healing scrapes and adding a pleasing aroma to our homes.  The disappointment I … Continue reading

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The home as a place of real hospitality – Part 8

Is hospitality throwing a Martha Stewart fancy or trendy dinner or superbowl party for our friends or family? According to the Bible, it definitely does not end there. One thing is for sure, as I looked into Scripture for home … Continue reading

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Walk For Life – San Jose

We sold some plants and our church catechism class held a bake sale. This fundraiser has been a team effort. Thank you to all who participated so far. It is not late yet to donate if you haven’t got a … Continue reading

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Emergency Preparedness: How To Wash Clothes Without A Washing Mahine

I had been thinking what would be the most efficient way to take care of laundry in the case of an emergency.  I am thinking here about months without electricity.  That is what we are really preparing for.  I would … Continue reading

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Family Fire Preparedness! How To Start A Fire

With all the chaos and uncertainty going on in our country.  It is now so essential that we prepare our homes and family for any emergency.  A wise woman would be prepared and “smile at the days to come”.  At … Continue reading

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The Home As A Lighthouse – Part 7

  The home is to be a place where we shine as lights in the world (Philippians 2:15).  This world needs to see God’s goodness in our families.  Friends, relatives and neighbors are watching and waiting to see what a … Continue reading

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We Must Speak Up The Truth About Abortion: Graphic Post

This is the actual picture from the DA’s grand jury report against Gosnell, the abortionist who is on trial for murder and infanticide and numerous witnesses have testified the most atrocious circumstances in his abortion clinic: babies being beheaded who … Continue reading

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Friday Family Fun: Floor Draw

I like fun ideas that are meaningful and promote bonding in our family, especially if I don’t have to fuss about it or spend money.  That is what Weekend Family Fun is all about. One inexpensive thing we do is … Continue reading

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