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sin, marriage, wife, faith

Do You Really Know What Sin Is?

A Wife’s Understanding of Sin A wife’s understanding of sin should be just like everyone else’s. See, this is the part of the book that I disagree with. While the author uses the word “sin” consistently, she fails to define it. She talks about the characteristics of sin (and she’s right!) but she doesn’t define…

motherhood, devotional, printable, bible study, patience

How’s Your Patience?

A Mother’s {mini} Devotional Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing. (James 1: 3-4 KJV) Y’all, I struggle with patience. I think it’s probably one of my biggest areas in my walk that needs the most…

bible study, excellent wife, marriage

The Bible is Full of Dirty Words.

And a few of those words are “submission” and “authority” Chapter Two: A Wife’s Understanding of G-d (You can find last week’s review here)   As a wife, mother, and follower of Messiah, it’s important that I understand G-d. Who He is. What He says. And how I am to live my life for Him.…

shabbos, shabbat, preparation, jewish

Sabbath Prep at Los Ibanez

Remember, Sabbath is all about resting in Him! You don’t have to prep all in one day! Take time each day during the week to prepare yourself to enter into His rest on Shabbat! Land of Honey has 20 excellent tips on how to prepare for Shabbat. Check them out! Torah Sisters has some wonderful…

How I Make Challah Bread for Shabbat

  All you need to make DELICIOUS challah bread is: A bread machine for mixing dough. Or a mixer. Or your hands. **pre-heat oven to 375** 4.25C flour 2t salt 2T oil (So far I have used canola, coconut, sunflower, and olive oils. All variations have turned out deliciously!) 1/4C honey 1 packet of yeast.…

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Makeup Shouldn’t Be Complicated

Do you like makeup but don’t like that makeup feeling?   I’m all about functionality and practicality. And if I can look cute doing both then it’s the trifecta of perfection! I’m a full time stay at home mom to four kids. My days are spent pretty much indoors (we have one car and my…

motherhood, self care, journaling, bible study

Bad Day Makes a Bad Mom?

Does having a bad day mean being a bad mom? I don’t know about you, but I struggle (to THE MAX) with being a homemaker. It’s a mindset I have to battle daily because it just doesn’t come naturally to me. I can blame it on whatever sounds good, feels good, or rationalizes well. But…

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Scripture Jars for A Mother’s Devotional

My Relationship to G-d Through Prayer Scripture is effective! It’s life changing! And getting creative with your bible study is extremely beneficial!   I loooooove bible journaling! It immerses me in what I’m studying by forcing me to concentrate for long periods of time. And because I learn better when my hands are moving, it’s…

Why I Still Need Analog Tools

And you should, too. We are, by today’s definition, a large family. We aren’t Duggar large, but we can be a basketball team with one on the bench. To me, that’s large. We’re a family of 6. SIX! That’s a small number by itself, but when it’s a group of people in one house that…

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The Lost Art of Ironing and Other Savvy Skills

Is there anything more subtle than the art of homemaking? When you think about it, women that stay home with their children (or stay home without having any) are kind of like the unsung heroes of humanity. I don’t know about you, but my 5month old, 4 year old, 7 year old, and 8 year…

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