Anna Sofia & Elizabeth Botkin | August 8, 2012
A New Look at How to Glorify God in Your Body What is beauty? Some say beauty fits in a size 0. Some say beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Some say beauty is only skin deep. Some say beauty is only a quality of the heart. Some say beauty is truth. Some say […]
Jennie Chancey | August 3, 2011
Kay Hymowitz turns her usual laser-sharp powers of research and deduction on a popular feminist myth that just won’t die–the wage gap: Early this past spring, the White House Council on Women and Girls released a much-anticipated report called Women in America. One of its conclusions struck a familiar note: today, as President Obama said […]
Rose | September 29, 2010
I wrote an e-book entitled @Home: A Frugal Momma’s Guide to Saving Money. It is my story of how I saved money in the home and was able to remain a keeper of the home against all odds. The ideas in the book will help families trim their budgets and cut expenses, and it is […]
Anna T | July 16, 2010
A couple of days ago, I received a comment saying it’s impossible to live on one income alone in our day and age. This touched a nerve (in a positive way!), because most people would probably say it’s impossible to manage on our monthly budget, yet we have been doing it for a while now.
Joy N | June 10, 2010
It’s been that kind of day, the type that used to drive me crazy and wear me out from nothing but the stress. By God’s grace, I have come a long way in the past ten years.
Sandra King | June 10, 2010
I had no idea until Monday afternoon that my newlywed children were living the lifestyle desired by many. It’s the D.I.N.K. lifestyle. I had no idea that this lifestyle had a name until a dear friend mentioned it. I’ve known numerous couples over the years that lived this lifestyle, but I’ve never been one to […]