From Cowardly to Roaring Lion: The Life of Judah – Worshipful Living

The ultimate courage in life is to change from who we were to who God wants us to be. So many people mock at the changes we want to make in our lives – or if we have been Christians a while, there are many waiting to see us show our “true colors”. However, we need to be like Judah and be willing to admit when we make a mistake – and seek forgiveness where it is given.

6 Worshipful Living Lessons Mandy Kelly Taught Me | Psychowith6 6 Worshipful Living Lessons Mandy Kelly Taught Me I met Mandy Kelly of Worshipful Living through Periscope and got to know her through HomeschoolScopes, a Facebook group for homeschoolers who enjoy live broadcasting. I got to meet Mandy in person at the 2:1 Conference in 2015, worked with her in sharing one another’s materials, and enjoyed keeping up with…

Spread A Little Christmas Kindness This Year -Worshipful Living

A Little Christmas Kindness Kindness goes a long way -, especially at Christmas time! It seems like there are tons of people who are down. They might have family that is far away from them at the holidays, recently lost a loved one, or it has just been a hard year. No matter what the…

The Women of Christmas – Worshipful Living

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Christmas is all about Jesus. There is no doubt about it. As we look at the story of Jesus in Matthew – we see the lineage of Christ. In that lineage, we see a lot of the male figures. That is how the lineages were often shared.

Yet, in that lineage are four women. Four women who God saw fit to mention. These women come from different walks. They have less than perfect backgrounds. These are women we can all relate to.

Let’s dive in this advent season and look deeper into these women of Christmas- the women who God called out in the lineage of Christ. As we do, I think we will get a look into your own heart and lives as well!

Making Your Home a Haven 2016 – Worshipful Living

As Mama, we set the tone of our house. So, for week one, we will be talking about our tone. We are going to light a candle (or burn a diffuser! No Mommy hate allowed!) to remind us to focus on our tone. We are going to talk about some super practical ways we can set a positive atmosphere as well – and of course, we will dig into the heart issues as well!

Making Your Home A Haven Series : From All Over The Internet  Part 1 (Comments From Sarah)

Cook things with pleasant aromas like homemade bread, pies, and cookies. Don’t wait to have a reason to make something special – do it simply to show love to your family. Invite your kids and/or hubby to cook along side of you – make memories in the kitchen – test tasting, being creative, laughing and loving. Remember the importance of dinner time around the table as a family.

Live out the fruit of the Spirit this week by showing
love, goodness and faithfulness to your family.

Beyond Meal Time

I want to cheer them on in their victories, and help mold them through, and wipe their tears, in their greatest times of need. However, often, we are so busy. This week, as part of ourMake Your Home A Haven Challenge, we are to bake and fill our kitchen with yummy goodness. I love it. I can’t wait to cook some amazing things. But that isn’t what I want to share with you today. Today, I want to talk about

A Faithful Aroma {With Pumpkin Pie Cupcake Recipe} – Sarah’s Attic Of Treasures

This is Part of The Making Your Home A Haven Series From Women Living Well /Good Morning Girls Facebook.
From Sarah: It isn’t hard to get caught up in emotions and everyday life. We sometimes forget to do our Bible Studies .(If we do them….I personally take time out every day…But I know many people who don’t. I don’t believe it is a HAVE TO for everyone. It needs to be a choice. You can talk to God anywhere and at any time.)
We are human and we get UPTIGHT at times.
It is OK.

Just ask forgiveness.
Let your family know you are sorry.
Keep a Faithful Aroma in your home – and try these amazing Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes

Worshiping Through Homemaking – Worshipful Living

I think the first thing that is important in making your home that haven, and finding joy in your homemaking is to receive it from the Lord, and then give it back to the Lord. We need to realize this calling is from God. He has made you the wife and the Mama in this house. He has given you the task of being a homemaker- no matter how many hours a day you devote to it, it is a task I think every woman on the Earth feels! Yet, we also need to give it BACK to the Lord. 

Letting Peace and Patience Control Your Home and Heart – Worshipful Living 

Each day, we are sowing seeds into the lives of those in our home. We are either sowing seeds of peace, patience, and even worship, into their lives, or we are sowing the opposites of those things. We need to keep doing good and trust God for the results- it is HIS harvest and he will reap it in our lives, but we must not give up.

One way that I have found to keep peace and patience in my home is through having a schedule. Today, I am sharing my home maintenance schedule with you. I have found that when we keep things running on a schedule, there is more peace in our homes, because the expectations are clear.

The Music of Gentleness – and How Self-Control Plays a Part! (With Link Up!) – Worshipful Living

Gentleness is displayed most often by the words that come out of my mouth. I have to use an extreme (sometimes more than others!) amount of self-control in order to speak gentle words. As a mom, I am often reminding my children of Proverbs 15:1. To speak gently means we are controlling the other emotions that are going on inside of us. It doesn’t mean we are not feeling those emotions – just controlling them!

Our kids will often use the same tones, and even words we do. Most people have heard this famous saying

Kids rarely misquote. They usually repeat word for word what you shouldn’t have said.

The same is true in our tones and our attitudes. If we have a certain attitude about a situation – they will often have the same attitude. So, we need to control our words, and our actions, and be sure that we are showing gentleness in both.