My story

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Welcome to Keeper of the Home! 

My name is Stephanie, and I am blessed to be the proud wife of Ryan, and the delighted mother of two incredible children (so far), Abigail (Nov/04) and Caden (May/07). We pray that God will bless us with many more children in the years to come. We currently make our home in the Vancouver, Canada area.

As for myself and this site, God is taking me on a journey, from being raised in a broken, primarily non-Christian home, to learning of the abundant riches that He has for me, as a wife, mother and (aspiring) godly woman.

Through this journey,  I have begun to earnestly study nutrition and natural living, becoming convinced that as Christians we have an obligation to honor our bodies and the earth that God has given us dominion over. My husband and I have made it a priority to get out of debt and to frugally and carefully steward the money that God has given us. I have spent much time learning the domestic arts that I did not learn as a young girl, how to cook, bake, clean my house, care for babies, and manage my time at home efficiently. I am learning to be my husband’s help-meet, to submit to his leadership over our family, and to support him in whatever ways that I can (oh, I have so much to learn in this still!). Through my amazing new church I am learning solid, reformed doctrine, the centrality of the Gospel in my life, of Biblical womanhood, of modesty, of my husband’s and my responsibility to train up our children in the Lord. We are beginning to home educate our precious children, as we recognize that discipling our children requires constant attention, faithful and loving instruction, and careful shepherding and guiding of their hearts, their minds and their activities. We are more and more aware that our home should be central in our ministry, as we witness to those yet to know Christ, and as we show love and hospitality to those around us. Most of all, I am learning to cherish the role that God has given me as a woman, as a child of His, as a wife and mother,  and as a keeper of my home.

Stephanie

(Please contact me at keeperofthehome(at)canada(dot)com- I’d love to hear from you!)

About Stephanie Langford

Stephanie Langford has a passion for sharing ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes, and carefully steward all that they've been given. She has written three books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke and with simple meal planning. She is the creator of Keeper of the Home.

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  1. Hi Stephanie, just found your website. I am looking forward to reading more about you and your lifestyle. I love the Lord and enjoying sharing with other Christian woman like yourself. Keep up the Lord’s work here on earth.
    Many Blessings
    Paula from Illinois

  2. Hi, Stephanie! Just ran across your blog through Crystal’s (Biblical Womanhood) and wanted to say Hi from a neighbour! I’m in North Vancouver. We’re originally from the southern US, but the Lord opened the door for us to come to Canada to begin a fundamental Baptist church a little over three years ago. It’s nice to read of how the Lord has worked in your life!

  3. Wow! Loved reading about you, your journey and your goals! I hope its ok, I added you to my blogroll.

  4. just wanyed to say how encouraging it is to hear of other moms seeking to be biblical. I have 2 kids and a wonderful husband of almost 3 years! I am loving being a stay at home mom.

  5. Hey Stephanie!

    Your blog is great! It’s wonderful to meet another Christian, natural-mothering woman. :o) Have a very blessed Thursday!

  6. Hey Steph,

    Well, I must say I am impressed with the hard work and dedication you are showing to this site. Good work! I know that God will honor your labours. Love you!

  7. Kathleen, always good to meet another fellow Canadian! From up North, no less (I grew up in Prince George). Welcome!

    Stephanie

  8. Hi there, fellow Canuck! (Or should I say “Canuck-ess”?)

    I’m in Edmonton. :)

    Kathleen