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Welcome Back! Since we last chatted I have surived the largest Hurricane in...a long while, an earthquake and a Nor'easter.
Let's chat about how Homemaking made all the difference. Also, I have a rant for young women who seemed to have swallowed a fantasy pill.
Taking care of the family is never ending work. It is an exhausting 24/7 job. Sadly, it is often a thankless job. So the sooner we can get some help, the better.
Listen in as we share some tips for raising little helpers. Kids can actually start learning the good habit of helping at quite a young age. Most importantly, it helps build their little heart for serving others.
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Staying at home with your kids, homemaking and perhaps homeschooling all while building a business may be tough, but NOT impossible!
Let's learn together from Proverbs 31 and I hope you enjoy hearing my story.
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Find out what men really think of women who refuse to clean up and cook. Join host Mrs. Emanuel for a frank discussion on how to attract a proper mate. Is cleanliness next to Godliness? Do men care about if their woman has good home making skills? Tune in to hear the truth.
HOST: Sherri Singley,
My name is Sherri. First and foremost I am a follower of Jesus. I have been blessed to be the wife to my best friend Markiel, a mother to my son eleven year old Amari and my daughter three year old Sanai. By God's grace I have found true joy in serving my family in our home. Even amongst all the everyday craziness I know this where God has called me to be. I learn something new everyday, mostly about myself.
I recent started a blog called God Life Happy Wife. I began this blog as a way for me to connect with other wives and share the importance of having God in our lives.
I love being a Christ serving wife and mother and I know I am not the only one.
This show is for all wives and mothers that live to serve God in their homes, in their lives, and are not afraid to show it.
My desire is to encourage wives to serve God in all that they do-marriage, parenting, homemaking, and more. Striving to build ourselves up in God daily.
Let this be a place of encouragement, and support. A place to share and learn from each other, and let's not forget a place to laugh and love.
The role of today's woman has far evolved from the mandatory homemaking role she was assigned by society. More than ever before, women are the primary breadwinners, single parents and hold supervisory positions in major corporations. These achievements have produced a new breed of woman...the independent woman who relies less on her male partner to survive. Often, the independence can be a double-edged sword. It can cause a woman to think as an individual even in relationships, which is contradictory to the essence of a relationship. On the other hand, many men prey on a woman's independence, usually making it a "requirement" to enable leeching and an easy exit when the relationship seems to be getting too serious. Has the quest for the "independent woman" from both viewpoints, affected the essence of relationships today?
Join me as we take our last look at Titus 2:4-5 and discuss our calling as Titus 2 women to love and cherish the privilege we have in being the "Queens" of our homes....
When I was a kid I remember one of my mother's friends was selling some sort of makeup. I don't remember what it was or what it looked like, I only remember her saying "It's so safe, you can eat it!" and then going on to tell a story about her son snacking on some lipstick or eyeliner. The idea of makeup being safe has stuck with me every since, although I don't believe my mom bought any. I've searched through different brands and ingredients to find what seems safe, if not edible. This week's guest is Rachael from FrugalFaye.com. She went through her makeup and did a whole detox, and did it in sucha simple way that it looks pretty easy!! She's going to tell us about it and answer any questions you have about the process. Also... Rachael doesn't use SHAMPOO!! or conditioner. Umm.. and this girl has some lovely locks. She's one of those "No Poo" extremists and she's made it look so simple that I'm actually trying it myself. I haven't washed my hair with product since before last Thursday's show. Listen in to see what I think! About Rachael: My name is Rachael, but I am known to my friends and family as "Faye;" I'm just a simple Midwestern girl. My husband whisked me away to Northern California where I am SAHM to my two girls. I blog about homemaking without debt and natural living. One of my missions is to take overwhelming tasks (or ideas) and break them down into something totally do-able!
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