Category Archives: Marriage

A Woman is: Of A Quiet Spirit

Take the test if you are of a “quiet spirit” as in 1 Peter 3:4.  This character quality is related to a husband/wife relationship.  We can also be quiet outside and angrily loud in our hearts.  Here is example of … Continue reading

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The Woman’s Place

From Ladies Against Feminism, a timely word from R. J. Rushdoony We talk a lot on LAF about the “family economy” and how it eliminates the whole mythical “work-family balance” that causes eruptions in the blogosphere every time it is raised. Family is work, … Continue reading

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The Myth Of A Mother’s Paycheck

The greatest excuse women give for not staying at home is that they can’t afford it.  They need two incomes to survive.  I live in one of the top 4 most expensive areas of the nation and even here, I … Continue reading

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The Home, A Garden To Grow – Part 5

3.  The Home, A garden to grow The model we see in Deuteronomy 6:4-6 is that disciple-making goes on continuously throughout the day.  This is a great challenge!  We, as mothers ought to diligently assist our husbands in the training … Continue reading

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Embracing Our Real Identity Part 2

I am a graduate of two prestigious Christian universities.  You would think that going to a higher education Bible school would teach you about what you are called and created for.  Well, to this day, I don’t believe there is … Continue reading

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Embracing Our Real Identity Part 2

I am a graduate of two prestigious Christian universities.  You would think that going to a higher education Bible school would teach you about what you are called and created for.  Well, to this day, I don’t believe there is … Continue reading

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A Homemaker Is A Full Time Stay-At-Home Woman

Yes, it can be done!  I know this topic is very unpopular and most woman, including Christian woman, would argue that “you gotta do what you gotta do”, meaning they have no choice but to go out and work.  I … Continue reading

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True Femininity

  There is an idea that being feminine is all about soft velvet hands thanks to a high end hand lotion.  On top of that, you may add the long fake nails–are those things still around?– and make up galore. … Continue reading

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Courtship Questions

Great courtship questions: When a young man and woman enter into courtship with their parents blessings and much prayer. They are trying to really get to know the other person to know if he/she will be their life partner. Here … Continue reading

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Princess Adelina

I gave this book as a 7th year birthday to my daughter.  When we started reading it, she didn’t let me put it down into the late nights.  We both were hooked and couldn’t put it down. Very few books … Continue reading

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