Godly Resources for Our Families || February 2021

I am always on the lookout for good, quality resources for my family. They are hard to come by in this day and age!

Thankfully, I’ve found several new-to-me resources over the past month or so. I would love to pass them along to you! They have a been a blessing to me, and I thought they might be a blessing to you also.

First of all, I recently signed my 14-year-old daughter and myself up for the online Radiant Purity Conference hosted by Tomorrow’s Forefathers. TF is where you can find Bright Lights curriculum, which I loved going through with my oldest daughters. The conference is available for one week starting on February 11th, so hopefully there is still time to register! This conference is geared towards girls 12 and up.

Register for the Radiant Purity Conference here.

I’ve been enjoying my copy of The Journal, published by Heritage Ways. Mrs. Katie from Heritage Ways has been so kind to put together a newspaper of sorts, especially for ladies who enjoy an old fashioned way of living. I have loved it! It is so nice to hold a physical community newspaper in my hand, instead of relying on only social media to connect with other ladies. Two of my children have also signed up for pen pals through this publication.

Mrs. Katie is now accepting subscriptions here.

I enjoy purchasing Christian Light Publications material from time to time. This month I purchased, Florish, by Dorcas Showalter.

I haven’t found the time to read it yet, but it looks like it will be encouraging. The snippet reads:

With humble honesty and humor, the author tells how she navigated – sometimes unsuccessfully – the perils of marriage and motherhood as she and her husband moved from Ohio to Idaho to Montana and then to South America.

Florish is much more than one woman’s story. It offers encouraging, Biblical counsel on becoming a beautiful woman who glorified God by honoring her husband and accepting life’s challenges with joy and contentment. Florish includes practical suggestions on house keeping, home decorating, pleasing your husband, intimacy, training children, and more.

This book looks very promising, and I can’t wait to read it! Since we’ve moved three times in four years, it really appealed to me.

Also on my list to purchase soon, is Encouraging Words for Mothers. It looks like a very encouraging compilation from CLP!

I enjoy learning from Carrie from 1000s of Roots/Homestead Living, and so I was delighted to discover that her lovely character cards were made into a free download. I’ve used these cards with my children, and highly recommend them.

Find 1000s of Roots Character Cards here.

I hope this short list of resources has blessed you. Do you have a godly resource (or resources) to share? Please comment below so I can check it out!

Therefore receive one another, just as Christ also received us, to the glory of God. Now I say that Jesus Christ has become a servant to the circumcision for the truth of God, to confirm the promises made to the fathers, and that the Gentiles might glorify God for His mercy, as it is written: “For this reason I will confess to You among the Gentiles, And sing to Your name.” And again he says: “Rejoice, O Gentiles, with His people!” And again: “Praise the Lord , all you Gentiles! Laud Him, all you peoples!” And again, Isaiah says: “There shall be a root of Jesse; And He who shall rise to reign over the Gentiles, In Him the Gentiles shall hope.” Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Romans 15:7‭-‬13

One thought on “Godly Resources for Our Families || February 2021

  1. Sarah says:

    Thank you for introducing me to a few new blogs! I’ve just done a quick peek at the links you included, and I think I will really enjoy them.

    I’m so glad you and your daughters are going to do the Radiant Purity conference! I think it’s wonderful that Sarah has made that available online. Have you read her newest book “Speak Truth in Your Heart”? That is a book every teenage girl should read (as well as older women!) I know I was blessed and challenged by it.

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