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Women Now Living Simply at Home

Women Now Living Simply at Home

“Women should be required to stay home permanently after this. Give their jobs, that they now don’t have, to some fathers and husbands who need them. God finally forced what is natural because women won’t choose to do it. And they are all finding out they don’t HAVE to work. Yank the money away and they are still surviving on one income. No more excuses.” This was a comment from a man on my Facebook page. His comment has a…

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Most Women Don’t Prepare to Be Keepers at Home

Most Women Don’t Prepare to Be Keepers at Home

Undoubtedly, whenever I write about women being keepers at home and raising their own children, I receive comments from women about how wrong I am to teach this and then proceed to give me all of the exceptions as if their exceptions negate truth and what is best for the children. Here is a case in point from my Facebook page: Krystal Rasmussen wrote: “What does it say about women in the workforce? Well Lori, some of us have no…

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The Heartbroken Career Woman

The Heartbroken Career Woman

This post contains notes I took from a video by Jennifer Morse from “The Ruth Institute.” “We must clean up the mess from the sexual revolution. These are the victims of the sexual revolution: 1) Children of divorce (no-fault divorce); 2) Reluctantly divorced (One party doesn’t want to get divorced but the government sides with the one who wants the divorce.); 3) Donor conceived persons; 4) The hook-up culture; 4) Heartbroken career women. “The heartbroken career women have it all:…

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Activities While Being “Stuck” at Home

Activities While Being “Stuck” at Home

We all are stuck at home right now. This is a new concept for many people. For many years, I was stuck at home since I was so sick but now we all are choosing to be stuck at home to try and prevent the spread of this virus. Many mothers who work full time away from their homes are experiencing something they’ve never experienced before – being home with their children 24/7. I asked the women in the chat…

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No, I Have NO Hatred For Working Mothers

No, I Have NO Hatred For Working Mothers

A few years ago, I have had fun creating flow charts to show the consequences of our choices. Since I don’t have a lot of room, I create a general consequence to each choice. Of course, it can’t encapsulate every consequence for every choice of every person but they are created more to give pause to women for the choices they make, and hopefully cause them to think that they may be on the wrong track biblically. Here is  a…

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She Stretches Her Husband’s Hard Earned Income

She Stretches Her Husband’s Hard Earned Income

She is an amazing woman who made an incredibly long comment on my post Making It On One Income. (You might want to go read it along with all the other wonderful comments!) She does everything she can to live within her husband’s income even if it means sacrificing some of the pleasures in life. Most women today simply put things on their credit card, thus digging their family deeper and deeper into debt. This is NOT a good way…

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Looking Back With Regrets

Looking Back With Regrets

Yesterday on the Dennis Prager Happiness Hour, he asked this question, “If you have college age children and older, looking back on how you raised them, do you have any regrets?” It was fascinating listening to those who called in. By far the majority said that the women were happy that they were home full time to raise their own children. One man said he wanted his wife to work but she insisted on being home to raise their own…

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Do I Teach a Neanderthal Concept of Women?

Do I Teach a Neanderthal Concept of Women?

“Entitled husbands thinking their wife should remain inside the home as a ‘homemaker’ or ‘housewife’ leads to depression, isolation, anxiety, and more. Stop encouraging the Neanderthal concept of women should remain barefoot and pregnant and take care of their man’s needs and balance their entire family and household on her shoulders.” This was a comment left on my Facebook page. Apparently, she’s bought the feminist’s lies hook, line, and sinker. Are husbands “entitled” who want their wives to be full-time…

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Homemaking Tips For Young Wives

Homemaking Tips For Young Wives

Many young wives have no idea how to keep up with housework or how to run a home. I asked the wise women in the chat room for their best homemaking tips for young wives and here are some of them: “Don’t expect your husband to do half of all the household chores. Plan that you are responsible for housework and be grateful when your husband helps you. Entitlement leads to disappointment and conflict. If you assume it’s your job,…

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The Strawman Argument For Female Nurses and Teachers

The Strawman Argument For Female Nurses and Teachers

Undoubtedly, every time I teach women to be keepers at home, women will cry, “What about female nurses and teachers? We need them!” This is a strawman argument since there will always be female nurses and teachers. Few women read what I write and even fewer want to do what God commands of them, therefore, there is no need to fret that there will be no more female nurses or teachers. Many women believe that being a teacher or a…

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