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Chores: A Fresh Perspective

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Chores as Training

When making moment-by-moment decisions throughout the day, author Kim Brenneman suggests that we ask ourselves the following two questions: “Is this activity glorifying God and serving Him?” “Are my first priorities taken care of?” She suggests that routinely thinking through these questions is a habit Christian women should deliberately foster, and I’m inclined to agree. To be honest, though, it’s… Read more »

Housekeeping Matters: 5 Habits that Help

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Housekeeping Matters - 5 Habits that Help

I’m not trying to chain anybody to a vacuum cleaner here, but I believe, to the best of our abilities, we should try to maintain a clean and orderly home. We should seek to make it a haven of rest for our entire family. Whatever chores we do, whether the lion’s share or an even split with our spouse, should… Read more »

Putting It in Perspective

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I don’t know who wrote the following poem, but it is a good reminder that we should “not despise the day of small things.” This season of life will be over before we know it, and won’t I miss it when it’s gone!. My days are days of small affairs, Of trifling worries, little cares, A lunch to pack, a… Read more »

In Pursuit of Lasting Results

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I have a friend who refuses to iron more than one piece of clothing at a time. She believes that dying with a closet full of clean, pressed clothes would be testimony to a wasted life. Why bother ironing something you may never get the chance to wear? “I”d much rather spend my time mowing the lawn,” my friend confides…. Read more »

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