Monday, December 28, 2020

Part One: What will we do, sisters?

 Christmas Day, 2020

Do you ever think about what are you here for? What is the purpose of your life?

Do you have a vision for what your life will be all about?

As a Christian woman you may be wondering what God wants you to do to serve Him.  

I know I have been in that place. I have found myself doing all the things my culture was telling me to do but still feeling scattered and exhausted, and wondering what was the point of all the activity of my life. 

That’s when I started asking God to help me. And reading His word more closely. And taking it more seriously.

The Bible actually has some things to say about what women should do with their lives and that is what this blog is about.

In the letter to Titus, the Apostle Paul lays out priorities for women as being marriage, children, being keepers of the home and cultivating godly feminine character (Titus 2:3-5). 

Some call this Biblical Womanhood, but I think I will call it New Testament womanhood because it is a teaching that is so closely connected to the Good News of Christianity.

In this blog you will learn the roles and responsibilities of Christian women and how to grow in these areas.

We will do the spiritual work of building a mindset that conforms to the will of God. Changing a mindset involves reading scripture, prayer, learning to listen to God, repentance and planning for a new way of life. I’ll also be recommending and taking recommendations from my readers on books, blogs, vlogs and YouTube channels that will be helpful on this journey we are taking together.

We will also have practical aspects of a woman’s family ministry such as planning, setting up personal and household systems, organizing, cooking and meal planning, pregnancy and childcare, homeschooling, relationship dynamics, staying healthy, and finally, the domestic arts such as sewing, gardening, preserving, knitting and crochet.

I hope you will join me on our exciting adventure into domesticity for the love of Christ.

-Amy Laurie

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