Sacrifice During Our Debt Free Journey and Ideas to Help Moms Stay at Home with Their Children

A couple of days ago, I wrote an article about how we can afford to be stay at home moms. In this post, I mentioned that our family has paid off over $260,000 worth of debt within the last three years and have received just a tad of push back. Because of this large amount … Continue reading Sacrifice During Our Debt Free Journey and Ideas to Help Moms Stay at Home with Their Children

Should Birth Control be Considered Healthcare?

I'm very familiar with the idea of birth control being considered health care. The signs and pamplets about pills, IUDs, and hormonal implants are placed front and center in my obstetrician's office. But is it? The definition of health care from the Merriam-Webster dictionary: ...efforts made to maintain or restore physical, mental, or emotional well-being … Continue reading Should Birth Control be Considered Healthcare?

Vulnerable Outside of Our Husband’s Leadership

"A woman who insists on being outside her husband's leadership places herself outside God's protection. In this vulnerable position, she is subject to the harmful effects of her own inherent weaknesses. Consequently, she is susceptible, not only to the deceptions of Satan, but also to the convincing arguments of all those who would seduce her … Continue reading Vulnerable Outside of Our Husband’s Leadership

Celebrating the Day of Atonement as a Christian/Messianic Believer

This has been the second year we have celebrated the Day of Atonement as Christian/Messianic believers, and I would love to share some of the ways we remember this special and holy day with our children. I must admit, I felt a twinge of disappointment when I realized I misplaced so many of our Feast … Continue reading Celebrating the Day of Atonement as a Christian/Messianic Believer