In Which I Admit My Humanity {Moms in the Word}

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The reason I started the Moms in the Word community was to help myself and other moms to get in the Word daily — and that remains it’s goal today. However, I have been weighing myself down with the weekly blog post that I simply cannot always get to. Having seven children makes life quite […]

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Simple Advent Devotional for Your Children

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    Available right now is the popular Advent devotional, Truth in the Tinsel, written by my sweet friend Amanda. This is such a simple, well written devotional, with simple craft ideas to make it meaningful and memorable, for you and your children, each day of Advent. It’s not too late! And, if you’re a […]

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Grapevine Bible Studies for Kids

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33% off NT Grapevine

I am so excited to share this Bible Study resource with you for your children. I am in the process of going through and preparing a review on The Birth of Jesus for you so you can see how it works, but I can already tell you that it is a very creative and solid […]

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Redeemed Lantern $8 Today!

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Lantern

Y’all, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share this beautiful lantern with you as it’s only $8 today! Would make a GREAT gift and are only available while supplies last. Snag two or three!  For more Black Friday deals from DaySpring, go here.

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Psalm 37 Week 2 {Moms in the Word}

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Moms in the Word

I really love how my study guide from Doorposts helps me draw out specific themes, words, ideas, and concepts every time I read the passage. This past week we focused on do’s, don’t’s, God’s role, the righteous, and the wicked. I loved reading through the Psalm just focusing on God because highlighting His name (Lord, […]

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Joyful Mothering ReDirect

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Christin Slade

I normally don’t make these types of announcements in this manner, but in this case it’s necessary. I am in the process of changing the joyfulmothering.net domain/url to christinslade.com domain/url. As I make this change, you may notice a redirect. The goal is to remain on the Joyful Mothering site with a new url: christinslade.com. […]

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Psalm 37 – Week 1 {Moms in the Word}

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Psalm 37 Moms in the Word

Psalm 37 is the exchange of the righteous’ reward while the wicked pass away. On a Personal Level One thing that immediately comes to mind as a mother when I read this passage is the post I wrote on rewarding children for their work around the house—and why not extend that into their character training, pending […]

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Black Friday at DaySpring

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Caddy

Everything is 30% off (except the early black Friday markdown specials). SHOP NOW. Ohh I am so excited to share with you the best deals of the year from DaySpring. Many of these products are some of my favorites and we utilize them daily. Here is one of my personal favorites: the caddy—we use ours […]

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When Homeschooling Doesn’t Fit Your Mold

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ImperfectHomeschool

The Initial Picture When I first began homeschooling back in 2004, I had the ideal picture in my head. I also had only 2 children, one of whom was actually doing any sort of “school work” by the age of 3. In addition, my first born was (is) a very eager learner and quickly punched through […]

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How I Homeschool and Work At Home

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Working from home is a hot topic among moms. Many moms want to work from home, but don’t know where to start. Others don’t know how work-at-home moms manage to work at home, homeschool, and tend to the house. I want to share what I do to give you an idea of how we make […]

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