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How to Win the Battle over Fear and Anxietyby  

It isn’t easy to overcome fear and anxiety. We need true inner calm, and that can only be found from one place. Here’s how I’ve found peace.

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How You Can Make Your Heart AND Home Beautifulby  

To make your heart and home beautiful, you have to first focus on your heart. It will make an impact not just in your own home, but on society at large.

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Who Else Wants to Win at Healthy Homemaking?by  

Don’t we all to win at healthy homemaking? Here’s the #1 set of resources I’ve found to help you achieve that goal!

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Enjoy Hearing from God—Even If You Never Thought You Couldby  

Hearing from God is worth the effort. Our restless and frazzled minds are soothed in the presence of God…and yes, we can even enjoy it!

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Having a Christ-Centered Easter: Ideas for Familiesby  

How do you involve your family and also celebrate a Christ-centered Easter? Here are some ideas and an invitation for you to share yours.

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DIY Friday: Resurrection Cookiesby  

Making Resurrection Cookies is one of our staples for celebrating Easter with our family.

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How to Enjoy Knowing Godby  

Have you struggled with knowing God? This will help you grasp the concept that knowing God is pleasure—the deepest pleasure on earth.

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How to Be Refreshed and Have a Vibrant Spiritual Lifeby  

Do you long to to be truly refreshed? A day at the spa may sound like the answer, but here are some better ways to a vibrant spiritual life.

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Taking Care of Yourself: A Spa for Your Soulby  

You have so much to do that taking care of yourself might not be your top priority. How do you take care of the whole person, body AND soul?

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Favorite Christmas Eve Traditions for Celebrating Christby  

Since Christmas Eve is just a couple of days away, we thought it would be encouraging to share a few of our favorite Christmas Eve traditions for keeping Christ at the center of Christmas, and even more important, at the center of our lives.

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20 Christ-Centered Easter Ideas For Familiesby  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer When I was little, we always attended my grandmother's church on Good Friday. They were Lutheran, and it was a somber, holy service. (Except for the time we sang a hymn with the line "I am but... Read More

When “Natural” Isn’t Working: Hope For the Discouraged Crunchy Motherby  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer When my son was 18 months old, I put him down for his afternoon nap. Nothing unusual, except he had a bad cold, and was feeling yucky. Thirty minutes later, I heard him wake up,... Read More

What Came in the Mail and Inspired Meby  

As we began settling back into our home area last month, we found all sorts of mail and packages that had arrived for us while we were gone. Coming home from being gone a year is fun that way. Like... Read More

A Day in The Life of A Brand New Stay At Home Mamaby  

By Diana, Contributing Writer Hi! I'm Diana from My Humble Kitchen. I'm a brand new, full-time, stay-at-home mama. I'm just smitten to be able to write that, and I am looking forward to the day when I am able to shake... Read More

Tools for Peaceful Parenting Without Fearby  

By Michele, Contributing Writer From Day 1, fear can be a huge temptation in parenting, although the specific fears may change from season to season. I continually try to remind myself that my children belong to God, and they are... Read More

The Most Important Thing You Need to Know About Yourself—and Whyby  

I'd Like to Introduce You to—Yourself YOU are a WEMMICK. Now before you click away thinking I'm off my rocker, let me just say that what I'm about to tell you could change the color of your world, and doesn't... 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

Waiting on Godby  

For months I've had just the title of this post in my drafts but a blank canvas so to speak. I wanted what I write to be God breathed because in fact we have been waiting on God. We are... Read More

My 2012 Reading Listby  

In our recent decluttering and purging, I realized that I have a huge stack of books that I already own, but haven't yet read. Being a book lover, it's easy for me to be constantly buying new books or adding... Read More

Hope and Art for Your Walls: A Holiday Giveawayby  

What's on your walls? Is it meaningful? Is it beautiful? Earlier this week I talked about how less can be so much more, and why simplicity might be best when it comes to what we have in our homes. This... Read More

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