The Door of Darkness

| December 7, 2013

By Tim Price, associate pastor at Chalcedon Presbyterian Church When boys enter into puberty, they discover a door within themselves that has a sign saying, “DO NOT ENTER!” It is the door of sexual exploration and it has been presented to them by their new-found hormones. It is his responsibility to keep that door closed […]

How to Raise a Pagan Kid in a Christian Home

| November 19, 2013

Because the world has enough pagans. Even plenty of really nice ones. What we need is kids who fully grasp the reality that they have nothing to offer, but who intimately know a God who has everything they need. Every Imperfect and Normal Family wants their kids to turn out right. So, we establish goals […]

How to Soak the Next Generation in God’s Word

| November 18, 2013

By Jani Ortland with comments by Scott Brown. Here is a wonderful article by Jani Ortlund on what the most important parental priority is.  She says, “Let’s become women who value and pass on God’s Word! How do we help children revere and feast on the most influential book of all time? No book has sold more copies, in […]

Child Porn Bust – 400 Children Rescued

| November 16, 2013

Until we recognize what government schools are, a mechanism in a grander scheme to demoralize and indoctrinate, or why this is part of the grander scheme, we’ll say things like, “That only happens in other schools. My child is safe at the school he attends.” As a result of the investigation thus far, 50 people […]

Michelle Duggar on Teaching Her Daughters About Modest Dress

| October 20, 2013

When the girls are little, they’re jumping and playing and not even thinking about modesty. It’s good because that’s the way children should be. As a parent I would have to remind them, let’s not stand upside down on your head in that chair because you want to practice being ladylike. And they look at […]

Do You Pity the Girl at Home? Feminism Lies Again.

| October 17, 2013

The young woman, fresh out of college, caught the eager listeners up to date on her life. Approving nods confirmed her choice: Early Childhood Development. She had spent four years earning her degree and was now employed at a Montessori Preschool Academy where, she admitted, she has learned more than most of her classes taught […]

Investing in Tools for our Daughters

| September 20, 2013

By Robin Brookshire over at Raising Homemakers When our daughters were little they had way too many toys – too many to count, actually.  But that started to change as our ideas about family economy and industry in the home changed.  Instead of buying toys, we began to invest in tools for our daughters, even […]

Ready For Real Life Webinar Giveaway!

| August 12, 2013

Will your children know how to handle business and finance in a down economy? Defend their faith to militant antagonists? Stand firm against a defiling culture? Fight for their freedoms? Take advantage of technological innovations? And see opportunity amid the chaos? More importantly, what kind of salt and light are they prepared to be? They […]

The Ready for Real Life Webinar

| August 3, 2013

What Should a 21st Century Education Look Like? We homeschooling parents know we’re giving our children a decent academic education. But let’s face it – we sometimes wonder if we really know how to equip them to be the adults the 21st Century needs. After all, the world our children are inheriting will be more […]

The Challenges of Family Life

| July 23, 2013

Those who thought that their “formula” would prevent problems realize that their families are not immune to the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. They discover that the world, the flesh, and the devil are factors that need to be acknowledged and dealt with. It isn’t that […]

The “Coldness” and “Self-Indulgence” of Those Who Don’t Want to Trouble Themselves with Children

| July 18, 2013

Today, the idea of having lots of children is looked upon with disdain, as if you hate the planet or have become one of those parasites of nature that needs to be restrained. Here is a blast from the past from a speech Teddy Roosevelt gave on motherhood in 1905 via The “Coldness” and “Self-Indulgence” […]

Generation Cool: Self-obsessed Millennials having so much fun

| June 25, 2013

“Everyone’s sort of mentally obese,” explains Fuchs, commenting on the overload of images and possibilities we are exposed to every day online. “I feel like distraction has a big part to do with our generation’s story.” via Generation Cool: Self-obsessed Millennials having so much fun. Have you found Beautiful Womanhood helpful? Please consider supporting our […]

The Problem With 17-Year-Olds Who Hang Around 17-Year-Olds

| June 15, 2013

We said over and over again, “We were meant to work with tools not play with toys… This message is needed all over the world as the global youth scene is being pickled in its narcissism. via The Problem With 17-Year-Olds Who Hang Around 17-Year-Olds. Have you found Beautiful Womanhood helpful? Please consider supporting our […]

Mothers and Matthew 25:34-37

| May 17, 2013

Mothers and Matthew 25:34-37 “Then the King will say to those on His right, ‘Come, you who are blessed of My Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. ‘For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me drink; I was […]

When An Iron Fist Turns Soft

| May 2, 2013

My six-year-old son follows me into the cool room; last bits of sunlight cascade onto the brown couch where we sit down. Looking down at my son I search for the right words to speak to him. I quietly pray, “God, help me not lose my temper. Help me talk to him gracefully and not […]