Remember Me

JoJo’s, of Art of Elequence, question of the week is:

What is the one thing you would most like to be remembered for?

My answer is easy. My faith – faithful love and service to my God, Lord, Savior. May my light so shine before men that they glorify my Father in heaven. I live and breathe for His glory alone. (Although, of course, frail flesh does so so imperfectly.) My one prayer is that others, especially my children and family, have this same passion for their Creator and Lord as I do.

What’s your answer? What one thing would you most like to be remembered for?

Post your answer at your own blog, then come back here and post your answer as a comment, also leaving a link to your blogpost. You can post your comment at JoJo’s also. (If you don’t have a blog, just post a comment here.)

For Me and My House ~ At Jesus’ feet,
Lisa @ Me and My House ~ Discipleship for Life!
1 Thessalonians 5:23
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Happy Anniversary

Happy Anniversary to the ‘from me’ blog.

It has been one year since I restructured this blog and gave it a purpose. Before that there were just a few stray posts here and there – REALLY random ramblings, mostly the few I moved over from previous lists and blogs. (There are still others I need to weed through and repost here. But most that I felt were the most helpful information have been moved here.)

I’ve made 70-some new posts this year. That averages nearly 1 and a half per week. I can live with that. It makes this a truly active blog in my book (and capabilities at this time.)

The majority of posts have been in the nutrition and recipes category. That’s par for a good representation of what happens in our home. Food is a several times daily happening in keeping our home, sewing only a sometimes thing. O.K. perhaps I should post more on cleaning. :-/  And it’s just “me” to post more “teaching” type posts than personal family happenings.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this past year’s posts, and hopefully are looking forward to more in the coming year.

I have SO MUCH more to share on nutrition and health, and still hope to get recipe books reformatted, and new ones published. I’m happy with the start I have on that, even though it didn’t materialize into finished products for you this year – EXCEPT our Freedom & Simplicity™ Daily Bread workshop audio.

I also want to post a full series on home organization and cleaning. But I’m not sure of the timing for that. I also plan to develop my “from me” family categories more this year, both the webpages and on this blog.

In between I will continue to post various “current events” For the Family, and from Our Family, etc.

So – Happy Anniversary to ‘from me’ and Happy New Year to you.

Greetings!

Welcome to our new from me blog. Beginning today all our Christian Keeper-at-Home posts will be made to this blog. See all prior posts that haven’t been moved here yet at our old blog page. All previous posts have been moved here, no need to go to the old blog page at all. Now I just have to work at getting this one “prettied up”. Thanks for your patience.


 

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New Beginings for this Blog – for a new year

Greetings from Me & My House,

It’s time for a new beginning for this blog, as this year comes to a close. I began it a little over a year ago, posted a few things with no real direction, removed them, and gained a new focus.

This blog is my musings and random ramblings as a Christian Keeper at Home. It’s the one to check out for recipes & nutrition insights and ideas, home keeping, organizing, and managing insights and ideas, Christian womanhood insights and ideas, and just plain general Christian family insights and ideas.

I have no catchy saying like, Living a Mary life in a Martha world, or anything like that. But that is what Christian life is all about, giving God our all – all our heart, soul, mind, and strength to do His will & serve others, in particular our families. It’s about resting at Jesus’ feet to gain strength to be a Christian maker of a home, do your husband well, and love your children and bring them up in the nurture and admonition – discipline and instruction – of God’s Word, then letting that light shine forth to others.

It’s all about “the very God of peace [sanctifying] you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it.”

See my other blogs: on Christian home education at Lifestyle Education through Discipleship, and Christian contemplations at my Clear Vision blog.

For Me & My House,
At Jesus’ feet,
Lisa