Do you have a desire to be home full-time with your family so you can be an excellent help meet to your husband, raise your children to walk in Truth and keep a clean and tidy home? You will find great resources in these posts if this is your heart's desire!
It's interesting to note that God doesn't tell us that men can build up or tear down their homes. No, it's women who have this type of power and unfortunately, many are tearing their homes
Destroying a Marriage Over Housework
If you have a husband who works hard to provide for you, take care of him at home as unto the Lord. We were created to work hard and do it unto the Lord. Pick and clean up after him heartily as unto the Lord. Don’t make him do housework unless he wants to do it. This is your responsibility and if you are physically able, take it seriously.
The Devil Wants Women Out of the Home
“Why does the devil want women out of the home? So he can get his claws on the children. He wants to steer them towards his ways. It’s the mother who protects the children from the lies of the deceiver.” (Nancy Campbell)
Studying to Be Quiet
If you are busy keeping your home clean, orderly, and tidy, you are studying to be quiet. As you dust your furniture, clean your dishes, organize your closets, vacuum your floors, fold your laundry, and train your children, you are learning to be quiet.
Living Simply to Be Home Full Time
WE WERE NEVER HUNGRY. We did not have candy, chips, colas, beer, nor any of the other luxuries of frozen foods, delivery of food, etc. We had NO CAR. We walked to town and carried the bags back.
Mothers are Happier as Homemakers. Surprise!
Natalie: “Depends on how a woman defines happiness. If she’s materialistic and wants things, it’s a job. If it’s nurturing and watching your children grow and develop, it’s a homemaker. It’s really dependent upon the woman’s values.”
The Mother is the One Supreme Asset of National Life
One woman wrote me and told me to stop teaching women to be keepers at home because no one is listening and no one cares. Another woman wrote an entire post on her blog about how far off I am for teaching this. Well, I will stand before God someday and He is the only one that I will have to give an answer for what I teach women.
As keepers at home, one of our main ministries to our family and others is learning to cook. During the and the feminist movement when women left their homes to go out and pursue
Not Teaching Exceptions and What Ifs
I’m not giving exceptions and what ifs. Those are up to each of you to decide. I’m committed to teaching what God has told me to teach. You’re going to have to take sole responsibility for going outside of God’s will and plan for you. I sure don’t want it on my conscience.
Preaching a Sermon Without Words
"She cooked and cleaned all morning and crocheted in the afternoons. I would sit next to her in her chair as she crocheted blankets for all of us. I learned more about Christianity from her than any sermon I’ve heard and the thing is, she never said a word about it. She didn’t even speak that often, she just did. Her life was a giving life. She gave herself to us every day."
Do You Have a Cheerful Home?
Do you serve your family with gladness? Would your children consider you a cheerful mother? Did you know that the joy of the Lord is your strength? If you are continually downcast and somber, you will lose your strength and not be a joy for anyone to be around.
Why Are Children Leaving the Church in Droves?
The only hope for our families, for our churches, for our nations is a return to the Holy Bible. Do as it says! Do not argue. Do not misconstrue. Do not put your own interpretation on it. Believe it. Live it. Don’t say one can’t do it in “this day and time.” Don’t believe the devil’s lie that someone else can care for YOUR children.
Housework is Good For You!
“It’s probably not the most popular piece of health advice ever dished out – but researchers say that doing the housework can add years to your life. They found that women who clean, hoover and do the laundry are likely to live almost three years longer."
Written by Genevieve Greenwood It's funny how life works out sometimes. I had been in the work force since I was about My first job was babysitting my little cousin full time. Later, fast food then management,
Cultivating a Love for Home in Your Daughters
“All of you single ladies, I want to talk to you for a second. Be careful of filling your life with all kinds of pursuits that substitute for you learning how to take care of a home and enjoying that."