During this crazy journey of blogging for almost three years, I’ve met lots of new people. Some I’ve instantly hit it off with and become good friends, others, not as much. But the one thing that always remains the same – You never stop meeting new people. Or at least you shouldn’t!
So in light of that, I wanted to kick off the week by sharing some of my favorite Christian bloggers with you. Some of these gals share about their love for homesteading, some share recipes, and others share about their journey through homeschooling.
No matter what it is, they all have one thing in common.
Their incredible, inspiring love for our Creator!
So let’s get started, shall we?
My Joy Filled Life – Finding the Joy In Your Home & Homeschool
Sarah, JOYful wife, mommy, homeschooler, blogger, and writer has a busy life to keep up with! She shares about a multitude of things on her website, including: Homeschooling, activities for kids, frugal living, homemaking, parenting, family life, encouragement, and Christian living. If you’re looking for anything among these different topics, you’ll want to be sure and check out her website!
A Virtuous Woman
Follow along with Melissa as she shares about her her calling to the ministry of homemaking! She juggles her time between being a pastor’s wife, homeschooling four of their nine children, and enjoying their dogs, chickens, horses, and a bunch of other critters! Melissa has an incredible testimony (you’ll find it on her site), along with hundreds of practical articles to help women apply the Proverbs 31 principles to their lives.
Purpose Living Wife
Wendy shares, “My heart’s desire is to encourage women from all walks of life in their God-given roles as wives, moms, and home educators.” She has five children she’s homeschooling through high-school, middle school, elementary school, and preschool, and shares all sorts of things to inspire and encourage women everywhere!
Melissa K. Norris – Return to Simple: Inspiring Your Faith and Pioneer Roots
The last blog on this month’s list is Melissa K. Norris’s. She has an incredible website full of all sorts of practical helps for growing your own food, preserving it, and self-suffiency/homesteading. Along with all of this, she shares about her love for the Lord! Not only will you feel encouraged after reading her site for awhile, but I’d about guarantee you’ll come away knowing a little something more about homesteading than you did before!
I hope you take time to check out at least a couple of these sites and have a wonderful beginning to your week!
Always remember, “Great is His faithfulness; his mercies begin afresh each morning.” (Lamentations 3:23)