The Truly Rich Life

The Truly Rich Life

Written by Sandie on my Instagram page I felt so ashamed for wanting to be home, raise a family, and take care of everybody emotionally. I knew I wanted this at six to seven years old. My family pushed education. My brothers became doctors. I did go to college but never partied. It was a Christian college. I met a young man. We dated four years, talked marriage but never did. We broke up. I worked at a medical clinic…

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What Being Green Means to Me

What Being Green Means to Me

Written by Cindy Puhek From the New Harvest Homestead Newsletter My family embraced being green four years ago when my mother was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. The disease is genetic so it was not caused by environmental factors, but the disease is complicated by processed, chemical laden food. The doctors gave mom access to some medical websites that are not normally open to laymen. The doctors wanted mom to go online and research how to manage her disease for…

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Biblical Womanhood and Woman Pastors

Biblical Womanhood and Woman Pastors

Written By Ken Alexander Biblical Womanhood is open to all Christian women who desire to study what God specifically speaks concerning the role and responsibilities of women in marriage, the home, and the Church. God has specifically called on all who claim the name of Jesus to become “the servants of all” and to live sacrificial lives that are pleasing to our Lord Jesus. Within the context of servanthood, the older, godly Christian women are particular commanded to “teach the…

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For Those Whose Husbands Aren’t Interest in Sex

For Those Whose Husbands Aren’t Interest in Sex

Throughout the years, I have received many private messages from women telling me that their husbands aren’t interested in sex. Maybe they’ll want it once or twice a month, but that’s it. I asked the women in the chat room what advice they would give to these women. The only thing I could think of was addiction to porn since I know this messes up the brain. These women had some great advice! “I don’t know that all men not…

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The Responsibilities of Young Mothers in the Churches

The Responsibilities of Young Mothers in the Churches

The was written by Lisa Vitello in her newsletter New Harvest Homestead Some twenty years ago, when my first child was still small and we lived in Southern California, I attended a church near our home. It was a fairly typical evangelical church with a large congregation and lots of young couples with children. It seemed like a perfect fit for us at the time. I hadn’t been attending too long, but I made a few friends right away. One…

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Only True Godly Women Will Love This Post

Only True Godly Women Will Love This Post

Posted by Joseph Spurgeon on Facebook Westminster Divine Daniel Cawdrey on a Woman’s Subjection to Her Husband (He wouldn’t be well received by reformed people today): Question. What is the main duty of the wife? Answer. Subjection or submission to her husband (Genesis 3: 16). Question. What does this subjection consist of? Answer. In these two things: an acknowledgment of his superiority over her. In her respect to him, as her superior. Question. How does it appear that her husband…

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Teaching Children to Rule Their Emotions

Teaching Children to Rule Their Emotions

Written By Pastor Toby Sumpter The reason why #spankinggate matters is there is a full court press from the liberal left to groom and disciple our children. The world hates the idea of us teaching our children to rule their emotions, to have self-control, and above all else be obedient to Christ. Everyone knows that children are the future, and we are fighting over rival visions of the future. One vision worships the goddess of feelings and sentiment. In that…

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How to Be a Good Wife

How to Be a Good Wife

Housekeeping Monthly in May of 1955 reportedly published an article on how to be a good wife. It was called, “The Good Wife’s Guide.” Women mock these today, but most marriages would be strong and survive until death to they part IF these were followed. (I will add my commentary on some of them!) 1. Have dinner ready. Plan ahead, even the night before, to have a delicious meal ready, on time for his return. This is a way of…

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The “What If” Game is ALWAYS Based on Fear

The “What If” Game is ALWAYS Based on Fear

A few months ago, I decided to have all of the articles from New Harvest Homestead written by Lisa Vitello typed out for me so I could make posts from them. Lisa wrote these in the early to mid 2000s and they’re full of gems of wisdom. I decided to put together one this morning and she titled it “Titus 2 Wisdom: Loving Our Husbands” which is ironic since I just posted my video “Learning to Love Our Husbands” for…

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Admitting Her Part in His Adultery

Admitting Her Part in His Adultery

This is an email a woman wrote to me. She gave me permission to share it. I follow your main page The Transformed Wife. I saw your post teaching women how to handle it when their husbands are committing adultery. My husband committed adultery last year with a girl ten years younger than us. I believe it happened because I was quarrelsome, and I wasn’t letting my husband lead. I believe I did play a part and drove him away…

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