Miracles in Slow Motion

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A Human Flower

A fresh little bud in my garden, With petals close folded from view, Brightly nods me a cheery “Good morning,” Through the drops of a fresh bath of dew. I must patiently wait its unfolding, Tho’ I long its full… Continue Reading →

But if the mother unswervingly adheres to right principles, if she is temperate and self-denying, if she is kind, gentle, and unselfish, she may give her child these same precious traits of character.

Held in Trust

There is nothing more important than being a mother. No job, no career, no ministry, no opportunity, no privilege, no calling, no church responsibility, no project at home. Nothing. Nothing is as important as true parenthood. And, how seriously you… Continue Reading →

Do You Connect With Your Children Enough?

Parents should encourage their children to confide in them and unburden to them their heart griefs, their daily little annoyances and trials. If they do this, the parents can learn to sympathize with their children, and pray for them and… Continue Reading →

And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men

12 Ways to Make Work More Meaningful for your Kids

One of the best lifeskills that we can teach our kids is to be useful, commendable workers. But, let’s be honest, kids would rather play than work. So how do we go about this? Jenny shares with us 12 ways… Continue Reading →

Peace in the Home … Peace in the Church

The father is the priest of the family. The souls of his wife and children, as God’s property, should be to him of the highest value, and he should faithfully guide the formation of their characters. The care of his… Continue Reading →

Build a wall of scriptures around you, and you will see that the world cannot break it down.

Scripture Memory Tools and Resources!

Last week we learnt about the benefits of committing scripture to memory. If you missed it, click here to catch up! Today Sandra shares with us some of her favourite methods, tools and resources for scripture memorization. Learning Methods There… Continue Reading →

Father as Priest. Mother as Teacher.

The love that was in the heart of Christ is to be in our hearts, that we may reveal it to those around us. We need to be daily strengthened by the deep love of God, and to let this… Continue Reading →

Thy words were found, and I did eat them; and thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart…

10 Reasons to Memorize Scripture

How does a mother train up a child in God’s way, if His Word is not continually in her heart, guiding her parenting techniques and giving her the strength she (desperately!) needs for this God-given mission? Today Sandra encourages us… Continue Reading →

How to Develop a Well-balanced Character in Children

Guard your children from every objectionable influence possible; for in childhood they are more ready to receive impressions, either of moral dignity, purity, and loveliness of character, or of selfishness, impurity, and disobedience. Once let them become influenced by the… Continue Reading →

How to Make Sourdough Bread

Today Sandra shares with us another great post! Join us as she explains to us what sourdough bread is, why we should use it and how easy it is to make your very own sourdough bread. Lets get started! What… Continue Reading →

The bread of life alone can satisfy the hungering soul.

How to Find Religion in Bread

One of the principles of true education is to look for spiritual lessons in the ordinary things around us, especially the things of nature. If you’ve never tried it before, it can be quite challenging! Today Sandra shares with us… Continue Reading →

When the character of Christ shall be perfectly reproduced in His people, then He will come to claim them as His own.

Both Parents are Important in the Home

But the work of making home happy does not rest upon the mother alone. Fathers have an important part to act. The husband is the house-band of the home treasures, binding by his strong, earnest, devoted affection the members of… Continue Reading →

We need more sunshiny parents and more sunshiny Christians. Too often the kindly, encouraging word, the cheery smile, are withheld from our children and from the oppressed and discouraged.

Winter Sunshine Juice!

Here in the southern hemisphere, winter is in full swing. Days are short, dark, rainy and icy cold. But not to worry – today I’m sharing with you a joyful sunshine juice which will brighten up your gloomiest day! This… Continue Reading →

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