"But the true idea of a home is that it is a place for growth. It is
a place for the parents themselves to grow--to grow into beauty of
character, to grow in refinement, in knowledge, in strength, in wisdom, in
patience, gentleness, kindliness, and all the Christian graces and virtues."
Homemaking by J.R. Miller, 1882
|Note: "Character Building" and "Child
Bearing", which were formerly one section, have been split into two
Bearing & Child Care
Day Christian Living
Your Child On Line?
of Family Life
A Child Happy
- A Shabby Affair?
Sub-Commandments for Peaceful Living
Steve's Diet Plan -- A Biblical approach to losing weight.
What About Michael and Debi Pearl?
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Help Meet for His Needs
the Home When the Man Is Absent
Disclaimer: I do not have the
time to investigate every site thoroughly.
Please exercise discernment and examine with scripture.
Disclaimer on translations other than the King James Bible and possibly some content.
What Children Crave
- a blog post by Clara Van
and background by mary vannattan