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Marcia Wilwerding
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Marcia loves reading, writing, and researching about women's issues from a biblical perspective.
Marcia loves reading, writing, and researching about women's issues from a biblical perspective.

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Interview With A Veteran Homeschool Mom
I once did an interview online as a veteran homeschooler for the Suzy Homeschooler blog. A few things have changed in the four years since I made the responses to those questions, so I thought I'd bring my "veteran" information up to date. Caitlyn first ask...

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Serving God Through Faithful Child Rearing and Elder Care
My father who lives with us and his youngest great-grandson I read this today in Courtney Reissig's book, Glory in the Ordinary: Why Your Work In the Home Matters to God : "If work is a means of loving God by loving your neighbor, then every act of faithful...

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The Dirty Little Secret of the Proverbs 31 Woman
A man gave his testimony at our church the other night, sharing all the blessings he had received from God throughout his life, including the fact that his wife was a true "Proverbs 31 woman." My initial reaction was one of guilt, mingled with admiration......

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Reformation Women - Book Review
I have always enjoyed reading about the contributions of women in our Christian heritage, so I was excited to find Rebecca VanDoodewaard's Reformation Women: Sixteenth-Century Figures Who Shaped Christianity's Rebirth , which she wrote specifically to inclu...

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Discovering the One Thing Needful
There are just some books and authors who stand out as making a huge difference in my walk with God. In addition to the Bible, reading Spurgeon's sermons has been one of them. But, I have recently been blessed by a little book called Disciplined By Grace: S...

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Discovering the One Thing Needful
There are just some books and authors who stand out as making a huge difference in my walk with God. In addition to the Bible, reading Spurgeon's sermons has been one of them. But, I have recently been blessed by a little book called Disciplined By Grace: S...

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When Children Go Astray, It May Not Be the Parents' Fault
It is a good and godly thing for Christian parents to strive to have a godly home and to raise their children under the restraints of God's Word. Though some parents go overboard at times in their fear that their children will be given over to the world, th...

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Balanced Biblical Advice on Child Training From Melissa Kruger
Through the years, I have read stacks and stacks of books on child training. As a parent, I wanted with all my heart to "get it right" with our kids. However, though much of what I read was helpful and biblical, I often interpreted it through the lenses of ...

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Faith and Courage From the Sidelines
I saw something in church yesterday which I have rarely seen before. The text was Hebrews 4:14-16, which in itself is a charge worthy of any spiritual battle the believer may face, but it was the pastor's response to the preaching of it which blessed my hea...
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