2 June 2010

There is something very special about a little girl.

She will grow up one day and become an influence to others, maybe even have an impact on an entire culture. How can a little girl one day grow, by God’s wondrous grace, into a lady who impacts the lives of others?

She is trained. To fear the Lord. To be a sturdy woman. To have character. To be a light to those around her. To be patient. To serve joyfully. To submit. To be selfless. To be a keeper at home. To be a homemaker.

By God’s grace, a little girl can grow into a godly woman who is passionate about her God-given role in the home. Her light can shine brightly and have an impact on many generations to come.

There are many examples of strong, sturdy women throughout history. We desire that the the next generation of ladies will be homemakers who delight in their God-given role and trust in the Lord with their whole being.

Raising Homemakers is a new website to encourage mothers (and daughters) in teaching and preparing daughters in the art of homemaking! There are several contributing writers, including my dear mumSarah Mae, June Fuentes, and Stacy McDonald (+ more!).

P.S. There is a wonderful giveaway, too! Homestead Blessings, anyone?




  1. 10 Responses to “Raising Homemakers”

  2. Anna on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    This looks like such a beautiful site. I don’t have a daughter yet (I have a 3-month-old son). But I hope to one day, and I am looking forward to seeing how the Lord uses this blog.

    I can’t wait to read your flower tutorial, either [hint, hint]… :)


  3. Emily Rose on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    Anna, Thank you! I’m sure that you will enjoy the site, even if you don’t have any little girls yet. :) Also, I did get around to posting the tutorial on Saturday, you can view it here. Have a lovely day! Blessings, Emily Rose


  4. Nikki on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    I am raising two little homemakers. I am sure this new site will be a wonderful blessing to our family!


  5. Muthering Heights on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    I am SOOOOO excited about this site!!! I was not raised to be a homemaker, so it will be wonderful for me to learn how to best bring my ladies up so that they might be like you and your sister someday.

    Thank you in advance for your contributions!


  6. Renee on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    I have two teenage homemakers and I am very excited about this site:) Thank you for sharing!

    Renee

    Ky


  7. makingsmelodiesandmeditations on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    Hi Emily,
    I’ve been following your blog for quite some time now and have really been loving it! Your pictures are awesome and your projects are so inspiring! Plus, I think your blog is just plain refreshing. Keep it up!!


  8. Anna on Jun 2, 2010 said:

    Emily, thank you! I don’t know how I missed that, because I’m subscribed! :-) I am not crafty but I think I am going to try to make one.


  9. lizibeth on Jun 7, 2010 said:

    thanks so much for posting this!
    I just found your blog through Etsy (you “hearted” my shop a bit ago) and am so glad that I did. :)
    Blessings!


  10. Harriet on Jun 13, 2010 said:

    I found your blog a few days ago and came back when I had time. Just wanted to say you are an inspiration. Raising girls are awesome, especially for the Lord.I didn’t think this was very important to many people nowadays. I ‘m glad
    to see it still is important.


  11. Rebekah on Jun 19, 2010 said:

    Your blog is so encouraging! It’s just what I needed today!
    Thank you so much!




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