Godly Homemaking wisdom for a peaceful and joyous home life. . ..
"Faint not; the miles to heaven are but few and short." -Samuel Rutherford
"At Mother's House"
Paperback, 122 pages by Mrs. White
"For the Love of Christian Homemaking"
274 pages, paperback, by Mrs. White
Cleaning Your Home
Thrift - Home Economy
Stories for the Homemaker
"Old Fashioned Motherhood" by Mrs. White
Baby and Child Care Advice from a New England Housewife ~ ~Paperback, 62 pages~
Stories and Ideas
"Economy for the Christian Home" by Mrs. White
~ Paperback, 110 pages ~
~ Paperback, 128 pages ~
"Living on His Income" by Mrs. White
~ Paperback, 64 pages ~
The Prentiss Study
A Free Resource
"Mother's Book of Home Economics"
312 pages, paperback, by Mrs. White
"Early Morning Revival Challenge" by Mrs. White
* Best Seller * - 90 Day Bible Study [72 pages, paperback]
"The Good Wife"
~ My Books ~
Teaching Home Economics
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"Dear Kitchen Saints"
Letters from an Iowa Housewife (Includes an Incredible Marriage Testimony as seen in "Above Rubies" Magazine!)
Billy Graham TV Classics
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From "On The Banks of Plum Creek"
"After Laura and Mary had washed and wiped the dishes, swept the floor, made their bed, and dusted, they settled down with their books. But the house was so cozy and pretty that Laura kept looking up at it."
- Laura Ingalls Wilder
Human Frailty of the Godly Soul
"The life of Luther might suffice to give a thousand instances, and he was by no means of the weaker sort. His great spirit was often in the seventh heaven of exultation, and as frequently on the borders of despair. His very deathbed was not free from tempests, and he sobbed himself into his last sleep like a greatly wearied child."
"As for her, like most women, she had but one ambition. To be a good wife and a good mother, and to be beloved by her husband and children, was all she asked. [She was] a busy, affectionate, cheerful little housewife, whose voice would never be heard in the streets, but whose memory would always live in a few faithful hearts."
- Elizabeth Prentiss, 1800's.
A married woman who stays home. This is a lifelong vocation. It is an old-fashioned term, and something to be proud of. Not a "domestic engineer." Not a "home manager." An old fashioned housewife, who keeps the home, and abides there. - Mrs. White