Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 11:34 am GMT -6 by kitkat
Does anyone have ideas for how to encourage/teach brothers to use good table manners? I’m not talking about which fork to use first or the proper way to unfold a cloth napkin, but just basic stuff like not burping at the table, or not eating half a hamburger in one bite. My older brother is[...]
What are healthy ways to fall in love with Christ alone? Some suggest going on a date once a week with Christ. Why do holiday pressures scare Christians and create so much stress? Shouldn’t we enjoy the fellowship with the people?? The “created” blog wasn’t working on my computer. For the unmarried, try your hardest[...]
Help! I am a rather disorganized individual. I’ve tried systems for keeping organized, but it seems like the best thing for me to do is just make new habits (vs. card systems, daily checklists, etc.). I know this can be done because I’ve trained myself to wash a dish after I use it, and also[...]
Monday, September 10th, 2012 04:18 pm GMT -6 by Evelyn
I ‘ve got some questions about men’s (in general) food preferences. Do most guys you know dislike leftovers? My Dad doesn’t really like them (usually we make him something fresh) and I’m wondering how important it is to learn to make very portion specific meals. I come from a large family so I haven’t really[...]
Being a good help meet starts long before marriage. It is a mindset, a learned habit, a way of life established as a young unmarried girl—or at least that’s the way it should be. Nearly every wife will confess that the first year or two of married life was—how shall I say it—a frustrating learning experience.