Monday, June 27, 2011

The Christian Home Magazine - Issue 21

Welcome to the 21st edition of The Christian Home.

Each article was submitted by various Christian Blog Authors. I am grateful for their participation. I hope you enjoy visiting them, reading their work and spending some time getting to know them at their own blogs. 



Blessings,
Mrs. White




Design and Decorate




Featured Columnist -Deanna presents Decorating on the Prairie Within Small Spaces posted at Home Haven Ministry.




Gardening and Flowers 




Featured ColumnistBriana presents Garden Expansion posted at I Can't Decide.


Home Business



Featured ColumnistKathy Brodock presents Building a Family Economy- Lawn Care posted at Teaching Good Things. She says, ""Every young man (and woman) should be able to, at the very least mow grass and weed eat, and along with that he should be able to do some basic maintenance to the mower and weed eater. The more you can do for yourself, the stronger your family economy will be."



Hospitality  



Featured Columnist - Heather presents  Gluten-Free Strawberry Pie with Almond Crust  posted at Marine Corps Nomads.



Homekeeping




Featured Columnist - Angie Wright presents WorkBoxes posted at Petra School.

Rebecca Knox presents Perfecting The Yogurt Making Process - Making Greek Yogurt posted at Rebecca's Hearth and Home.


Parenting 



Featured Columnist - Susan presents Be Their Cheerleader  posted at Homeschooling Hearts and Minds.


 

The Godly Home 




Debbie presents Reading Challenges ~ The King Will Make A Way posted at Debbie's Digest.






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1 comments:

Michelle said...

My apologies, Sharon. I've been meaning to submit more articles to this wonderful magazine, but keep forgetting.

I was really moved by your previous post on Patricia St. John's father.

We have several of her books.

Have a blessed week!

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