Posts with the category “womens-blog”

Who Am I trying to Impress Anyways
May 22nd, 2024
The effort we put into outward appearance reveals our attitudes toward our duties. If you spend hours doing your hair and make-up on Sunday morning but can’t be bothered when you’re at home with your ...  Read More
by Mariah Adams
Daydream Believer
April 16th, 2024
om has worked hard all week, not only on the house but also on filling her eight young vessels with knowledge beyond their years. They all are intimately aware of God’s blessing and fullness. Not only...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Good Kids aren't the result of Luck
March 27th, 2024
Good children are not the result of luck but they are the result of God's grace as we live out our faith in obedience. Teach them obedience, discipline them, pray for them, and constantly share with ...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Pausing Postpartum
November 16th, 2023
In the early Christian Church, a new mother practiced a 'lying in' period, staying home for up to six weeks while the church community cared for her. She was exempt from attending church services and ...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
A Student Not Above His Teacher A Child Not Above His Mom
September 5th, 2023
How can we expect to drive the foolishness out of our children’s hearts if we still allow it to remain bound up in our own hearts? We can’t properly discipline them unless we discipline ourselves....  Read More
by Dannah Carmack
The Dishes are Piling Up
August 15th, 2023
Imagine one day you ate a meal and didn’t wash the dishes. Then you went a couple more days and did the same thing. You were tired, and the pile of dishes was starting to cause you anxiety. It wasn’t ...  Read More
by Mariah Adams
Stewarding Your Talents, Part 1
July 11th, 2023
As we consider our talents, let’s consider where we got them. They’re called “gifts” for a reason; we didn’t do anything to deserve them. God gave them to us because it pleased Him, and He means us to...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
When your Husband Doesn't Listen To You
April 19th, 2023
“I’ve tried to tell him, but he won’t listen to me.” How many times have we heard each other say something like this about our husbands? Sometimes it’s a flippant comment, and sometimes it’s a despera...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Get It Together!
March 30th, 2023
Most of us feel like there are areas of homemaking where we just need to “get it together.” Sometimes life feels chaotic, and we need routines and habits to keep those times to a minimum as far as it ...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
How to Ask (and Answer) Questions
March 15th, 2023
Older women likewise are to be reverent in their behavior, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good, so that they may encourage the young women to love their husbands, to...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Book Recommendations for Spiritual Growth
July 20th, 2022
If you want to read more but aren’t sure where to turn next, or if you read a lot and are looking for ideas of where to go next, here is a list of books for you....  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Excuses and Past Hurts
July 15th, 2022
We don’t all verbalize our excuses. We don’t all outwardly blame others or play victim to our circumstances or constantly say, “It’s just so hard.” Some of us find other pressing matters to attend to....  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Take Care of Your Health
July 12th, 2022
Many of us tend to neglect our physical and mental/emotional health. Either we’re busy and don’t make it a priority, we’re lazy and don’t don’t want to think of why it should be a priority, or we thin...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Kitchen Tips
July 8th, 2022
The kitchen is where we spend most of our time as homemakers, and it’s the place that can quickly get the most disorganized and dirtiest if we’re not diligent about its upkeep. Here are some tips for ...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Training Children to Help With Chores
July 6th, 2022
Something over the past couple of generations has led to a belief that moms are responsible for ALL the housework. We think kids should lead a life of leisure, and for what? A bunch of people who grow...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Growing into a Titus 2 Woman
July 6th, 2022
Many of us did not grow up in homes under the discipleship and training of Titus 2 women. But God in His providence has given us His word and the model of such women throughout Scripture. We also have...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
Laundry Tips
July 6th, 2022
Is there any household chore we spend more time on than laundry? Is it possible to learn to love it? Believe it or not, there are plenty of tips you can implement that, along with a rightly ordered at...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon
How to Follow Your Husband
July 6th, 2022
So your husband comes home from work and thinks some changes need to be made around the house, to the schedule. Or maybe he has learned something during his study of scripture that he thinks needs to ...  Read More
by Joseph Spurgeon