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10 Truths You Need to Hear When You Feel Like a Failure as a Momby  

A few days ago I had one of *those* days. The baby wasn’t sleeping well and had been up half the night, I didn’t get to shower, the house was still a complete disaster because we’d just moved into it... Read More

5 Steps to Start Your Day With a Better Attitudeby  

By Crystal, Contributing Writer Ever have mornings where you wake up with a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach? Maybe you overslept, perhaps you made a big mistake the day before, maybe you have something you are dreading... Read More

Unique Ministries Homemakers Can Supportby  

By Erin, Contributing Writer As the mom of three very young children, I've often struggled with how outside ministry has taken a backseat during this very busy season of motherhood. Before  becoming a mother, I truly had no clue how... Read More

Dealing with Daily Frustrationsby  

Don't you love it when a post comes and smacks you right in the face? I read this post last week when Lysa first sent it to me, and then again yesterday as I set it up to post. Wouldn't... Read More

Five Important Ways to Impact Your Home…and Your Worldby  

Written by Natalie Klejwa, Contributing Writer While at a recent visit to the doctor, I forgot my Kindle, and had to resign myself to finding something worthwhile to read in a nearby stack of mags. Among the usual People, Woman's... Read More

New eBook! The Heart of Simplicity: Foundations for Christian Homemakingby  

Today I'm excited to announce the launch of the new eBook, The Heart of Simplicity: Foundations for Christian Homemaking! I'm one of 13 authors in this collaborative project and I'm eager to share with you why I think that this... Read More

The Titus 2 Woman: Encourager of New Momsby  

Guest Post by Andrea Green of The Greenbacks Gal Last year, when Stephanie confessed her feelings of being overloaded and overwhelmed, I knew exactly how she felt and my heart cried out for her. Although my girls are now teenagers,... Read More

Desires of My Heart Devotional Book and Scripture Necklace Giveawayby  

One thing that really stands out to me about women (and maybe just people in general, but I notice it strongly in myself and my own gender) is that we crave control. We want things to go our way. In... Read More

Why My Husband Rocks (and Union 28 Giveaway)by  

*Giveaway has now ended* A few years ago, I remember seeing one of my dear friends in the cutest shirt. It said: "I love skinny guys with glasses" and it had a stick drawing of a skinny guy wearing (what... Read More

Eliza Spurgeon: Legacy of An Apt and Godly Helperby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer A womanly legacy worthy of passing on A while back I began compiling a collection of mini-biographies of Christian women, single, married and widowed, whose lives might inspire us to live godly in this... Read More

I Wasn’t Trained to Be a Mom (But I Can Still Love It)by  

Sometimes I end up rummaging through past posts for one reason or another, and a post that I have written (and forgotten about) will jump out at me and I am freshly inspired by whatever it was that spurred me... Read More

Parenting with Humility: From A to Zby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer A Devotional Birthed for New and Experienced Moms Last November, after presenting a devotional at a baby shower, I was asked by many of the young moms there if they could have a copy... Read More

Christ in My Kitchenby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer A Divine Calling Recently, while junking at my favorite thrift store, I found a kitchen blessing written on an old wall hanging. (Oh...the joys of thrifting!) I did edit it a little and added... Read More

Finding Joy in the Early Morningby  

When morning gilds the skies my heart awaking cries: May Jesus Christ be praised! Alike at work and prayer, to Jesus I repair: May Jesus Christ be praised! When you begin the day, O never fail to say, May Jesus... Read More

Finding Fulfillment in Being a Mother Onlyby  

Written by Sherrie Cook, Contributing Writer For many years I've disliked filling out paperwork at a doctor's office or school that asks for my employment status.  I struggle with knowing the right adjective or title to describe all I do... Read More

Coming Out of My Bubble: Serving Others by Serving Foodby  

Guest Post by Hallee I have a new venture in my life. One recent morning in Sunday School, our teacher announced that our class would be one of four groups who would be volunteering with a local church's soup kitchen.... Read More

Serving Our Husbands Through a Nourishing Diet, Part 2by  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer "She does him good... all the days of her life." Continued from yesterday's post... But What if My Husband Objects? This is not unusual and can be frustrating. I have found that submission, prayer... Read More

Serving Our Husbands Through a Nourishing Dietby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer "She does him good... all the days of her life." An Important Education for Women Many studies have found that married men live longer than bachelors. Diet is a significant factor. One study showed... Read More

Pro-Mom, Not Pro-Bloggerby  

I'm not sure that I knew what I was getting myself into. It all seems so very long ago when I first began setting up Keeper of the Home over two years ago. I don't really remember what I thought... Read More

Making Healthy Changes When Your Husband Isn’t on Boardby  

Image by nutmeg There are a lot of things that my husband does that I know very little about. For example, buying and installing more ram for our computers. Or writing a marketing proposal and presenting a sales pitch to... Read More

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