Why Should Christians Support Sustainable Agriculture?

I’m excited to bring you this first guest post, from Kimberly, who is a Weston Price chapter leader, as well as publicist for Sally Fallon, the author of Nourishing Traditions (a much referenced book on this blog!). This is a excellent look at another element of Christian stewardship, and she says it so much better than I ever could have, so enjoy and be challenged and inspired! Guest Post by Kimberly “Then the Lord God took the man and put him into the Garden of […]

Natural solutions for cleaning tough stuff

Living Simply Saturdays- I can’t do it all!

CFL bulbs might not be such a great, green option after all

Extreme Frugality: Attitude

If you haven’t been reading her recent series on Extreme Frugality, I’d recommend you make a beeline over to Days to Come. Jeana has been taking a good, hard look at our concepts of frugality, our priorities, how far we’re willing to take it, and what it looks like in every day life. When she shared this guest post with me, it hit me right where I was at. Guest Post by Jeana I recently saw a news article about how people are more likely […]

“Greening” your kitchen (the frugal way!)

I’ve been anticipating this post from fellow blogger Michele, of Frugal Granola, on ways to eliminate disposables with simple and homemade options. I appreciate her perspective on simple living (check out her series), and I think that her resourcefulness is a wonderful example. Read on for some of her great ideas (I love the sandwich wrap!)… During our first years of marriage, we always assumed that we were “environmentally-responsible” people. After all, we sent out plenty of recycling each week! However, as we began discovering […]

Stewardship not Convenience

This is the first guest post of several that will be posted over the next few weeks, from Beth of Stewardship not Convenience. Beth and I connected shortly after she first began her blog, and I immediately knew that I wanted to keep up with her blog, as the topics she wrote about, and her perspective on Christian stewardship, deeply resonated with me. I’ve asked her to share about the very title and theme of her blog, Stewardship not Convenience. Guest Post by Beth When Stephanie […]

Why I am grateful for the tire that blew…