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Month: January 2017

Moving Away With Your Husband

Moving Away With Your Husband

If your husband was offered a great job across the country would you be willing to go with him? Chris Christie, the Governor of New Jersey, “maintained Wednesday that he would have landed a top White House job if only his wife would have let him.” It reminds me of a husband of a friend of mine who was giving a speech and mentioned that he was offered a great job up in San Francisco but his wife told him…

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A Tale of the Breakup of a Marriage

A Tale of the Breakup of a Marriage

Men seem to be the brunt of many jokes in our society today. Read this tale that was wildly popular and I am sure all of the women were cheering. He wrote a letter to his wife why he was leaving and divorcing her. She quit her job without telling him two weeks prior and hid from him the reason why. She didn’t notice his new hair cut, the meal he cooked for her, and the new silk boxers he…

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A Stay-at-Home Wife or Mom is Unbiblical?

A Stay-at-Home Wife or Mom is Unbiblical?

“The Bible does not support the idea of a stay at home mother; it’s unbiblical. There were no stay at home moms in the Bible; that’s laziness. The proverbs lady can be seen operating a business and earning money. She seeks wool and flax and works willingly. She sees her merchandise is good, meaning what she produces and sells. That’s why she’s known well at the gates of the city. She also has money to give to the poor. She…

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Train, Train, Train Your Children

Train, Train, Train Your Children

“Were any of your children high strung as kids? Our youngest daughter has been like that since she was born. She’s highly intelligent, perceptive, and fun-loving, but she’s got this extremely finicky, high-strung, dramatic and overly sensitiveness about her that is really a struggle for me to figure out how best to handle. If she spills a tiny bit of water on herself, you’d think it’s the end of the world and she absolutely has to change her clothes or…

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Bind Them Continually Upon Thine Heart

Bind Them Continually Upon Thine Heart

We, as parents, are commanded to bring our children up “in the nurture and admonition of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4). In Deuteronomy 6, we are told to do this with the Word of God concerning our children: “These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and…

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Submit YOURSELVES to Your Husband

Submit YOURSELVES to Your Husband

How are we to submit to the Lord? Is is just with our actions but no heart or true desire? No, we want to submit to the Lord because He is worthy, we love Him deeply, and with our entire hearts. He has given us His Word with so many promises and done so much for us that He deserves our lives to bring glory to Him. What does He ask of us? To submit ourselves to our husband. Once…

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Can’t Get the Keeper-at-Home Out of Women

Can’t Get the Keeper-at-Home Out of Women

No matter how hard feminism has tried to say that men and women are equal (the same) in every way, they never will be able to since they are fighting against God’s created design for them, even secular articles write about this. The Magazine Real Simple wrote an article called The Invisible Workload that Drags Women Down. Home is a woman’s domain. Her heart is at home no matter how hard she tries to be a career woman and feminism…

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Things He Fails to Do

Things He Fails to Do

The majority of you would agree that your husband does things that upset you. I asked the chat room to give some examples of how their husbands upset them by failing to do something over and over again and how they handle it as godly, submissive wives. I used to handle it poorly. If Ken failed to pick up his newspapers after reading them, putting the toilet seat down, or not pick up his clothes, I would nag him about…

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Feminism During the Roman Empire

Feminism During the Roman Empire

King Solomon was right; there is nothing new under the sun. Feminists thought they had found something entirely new but it was not new at all or why would the Apostle Paul, through the inspiration of the Lord, have to tell older women to teach younger women to love and obey their husbands, love their children, be chaste, sober, discreet, good, and keepers at home? John MacArthur did a teaching on head coverings from 1 Corinthians 11:4-6 but had this…

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Children are Bored, Impatient, Easily Upset, and Friendless

Children are Bored, Impatient, Easily Upset, and Friendless

Do you remember being bored in school? Now, I am not saying being bored is bad since this is usually when we have to be creative but it’s hard to be creative when you’re sitting in a chair for hours a day. My children never told me they were bored at home because if they did, I would give them chores to do. There are also tennis lessons that could get them up and outside. If they told me they…

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