Christian Homeschool Convention Events and Resources - Teach Them Diligently
Do you feel stuck in a marriage that is unequally yoked? Then I’ve got news for you girlfriend. YOU can turn that around. Yes, that’s right YOU! Leading your husband to Christ without saying a word is the catalyst for turning n unequally yoked marriage to a godly marriage. Read more to find out how!
If you are in a spiritually mismatched marriage, God has not forgotten you. You can find fresh hope in him, just like Sarah Geringer of sarahgeringer.com has found in her marriage.
By embracing our identity and drawing our self-worth from Jesus, it can lead the way to a better marriage. Our value and worth is found in Him.
7 Life Hacks That'll Make Taking Out the Trash More Bearable
These are awesome tips :) I really wish I knew about these garbage can hacks a lot sooner. I swear it would haved so much time and few headaches! Repin! #lifehacks #kitchen #home #cleaning #diy #tips
Ideally in marriage, a couple will do their best to work together. However that doesn't always happen. Sometimes we can find ourselves in situations where we may be keeping score on if our spouse is doing it right. And keeping score causes everyone to lose.
A Day in the Life of Our Summer (with a 11, 8, and 6-year-old
5 Incredible Health and Mental Benefits of Keeping a Clean Home
I know that when my home is clean I am happiest, but I didn't know that it came with all of these benefits. Had to share! Hope you enjoy. #home #mentalhealth #healthyliving #healthylifestyle #cleaning #cleaningtips
Recent Reads - Book Reviews
Homeschool Interview with Michelle of Mid-Life Blogger
Valentine Krispie Treat Pops Apron Strings & other things
Typically when couples get engaged, they spend lots of time, effort and money planning their wedding. However, one thing that is often overlooked is the discussion of expectations in their marriage. Unspoken expectations will impact your marriage in a big way. It's time to have the conversation.
When couples get married, children are often a topic of conversation. It's imperative that couples discuss values, schooling and everything that pertains to them. However, sometimes, children start to stray despite the solid upbringing they have had. What should parents do?