Category: Faith

Michaelmas: A Week Long Celebration!

Since 2009 my family and I have celebrated Michaelmas with a week of activities which include; crafts, games, dressing up and story time and every year I post this guide so that you can join the fun with us! I first posted this activity…

Keep The Light of Christianity burning bright

As we continue our reading of The Benedict Option I was reminded of one of the most fundamental things we as Christians should be doing. From page 96: A friend of mine who led a wild, hedonistic life converted to Christianity after seeing her…

(Guest Post) Reclaiming Femininity, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Skirts

Reclaiming Femininity, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Skirts by Mina Therese – “Are you from Little House on the Prairie?” – “What about yard work? Winter? You going to wear skirts and dresses then, too?” – “Why don’t you…

This Is Why I Do the Work I do

This beautiful picture has been making the rounds on social media. I relate with it a lot because the couple seems to have had six children, like me, who went on to marry and have many children (hopefully also like me). They took this…

Mary Coloring Pages

Tomorrow is a celebration day in many different Christian churches. It is seen as either a day to remember Mary or the day she died (and in some traditions was resurrected). If you are part of a tradition celebrating tomorrow we wish you well…

As the Media Begins Its Blitzkrieg of Lies About Charlottesville, Remember to Forgive

Forgiveness doesn’t mean acceptance of wrong action and it doesn’t mean to passively lay down and not defend yourself, your family and the truth. However, please, as we move through this weekend where outrageous lies are being told about the original meeting in Charlottesville,…

Some Have Read Ahead and Have a Note of Caution They Would Like to Add

Some in our group have read ahead and wrote up a quick review to help the rest of us put some of Dreher’s final conclusions into perspective. I think it’s incredibly important to keep this in mind as we go forward with this book….

The Romanov Diaries & Letters: Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna

As we continue our look at the lives of the Romanov family through their own writing we take a look at some of the writings of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna. A poem extracted from one of her note books: “Send us, Lord, the patience,…

Happy Birthday Wee Lass! A Birth Story.

I have been asked by several people to post my children’s birth stories. Tomorrow is my youngest daughter’s fourth birthday, so I went to my old mom blog and snagged her birth story to share here. For context, she is my 5th child. Wee…

Video Tribute to the Romanov Family by Trad Mike

I’m just about speechless. This tribute created by @TraditionalMike is amazing! He also did the music! We are so blessed at Wife With a Purpose Ministries to have him working on our team! Upload, comment, share! Remember them.

The Romanov Diaries: Tsar Nicholas II part 2

As we continue our look at the lives of the Romanov family through their own writing we gain an insight into the deep and loving relationship between Nicholas and Alix Sept. 20th 1914. Oh, my love! It was hard bidding you goodbye and seeing…

The Romanov Diaries: Tsar Nicholas II

The first in a series of articles showing the lives of the Romanov family through their own writings.   20 October, 1894. My God! My God! What a day! The Lord has called our adored, precious, fiercely beloved Papa to Him. My head is…

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