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Welcome to The Christian Homekeeper. I'm really glad you stopped by. I love the Lord and I love His Word. My goal is to offer some words of encouragement and build up your desire to know Him better and to share old fashioned information that is helpful. I've been online since 1996 with first a web site and now a blog. I enjoy hearing from you in the comments and you can find me on Facebook and Twitter as well.
Author Archives: Wardee
We are giving away one complimentary copy of our Christmas Planner! This post contains all the details of how you can win… This giveaway is now CLOSED. Continue reading
It may seem, at first, like a chore, but I am here to tell you that soaking or sprouting your grains, seeds, and nuts is not as hard as you think. And the nutritional benefits speak for themselves. Continue reading
Thinking of making your own reusable fabric shopping bags? Here’s our comparison of three different patterns to help you learn from our experience. Continue reading
You have a need in your household, perhaps for a freezer, or a new computer, or a microscope. How do you choose which one to buy? That depends on what you turn up when you do your research. Here are just some of the questions you can try to answer while researching a purchase. Continue reading
Anyone can make bread. After all, people have been making bread for thousands of years. You can make bread, too! This is a very simple recipe for making a white bread. It is an Amish recipe that can be used for loaf bread or rolls. Continue reading
We know you’ve got your hands full tending your flourishing summer garden — or full of the bountiful, fresh produce from the Farmer’s Market — but take a moment to enjoy these two poems about gardens.
My Garden by Emily Dickinson
New … Continue reading
Baby Doll Quilt Kit Instructions
by Wardee Harmon
My B. and her doll quilt that inspired this kit you can make and give as a gift!
This is a quilt kit meant for young ladies who are still young enough for enjoying dolls, … Continue reading