Friday, January 27, 2017

The Christian Home Magazine Issue #128

Hello Readers!

I'm so excited to announce The Christian Home Magazine is back in print! Several years ago, The Christian Home Magazine was hosted by Mrs. White from The Legacy of Home. It featured encouraging articles by homemakers, for homemakers. With Mrs. White's blessing, we've revived it here at Classical Homemaking and I think you're really going to be blessed!

Each Friday, you'll be treated to several encouraging articles from Christian homemakers and young women at home. As you visit the blog of each contributor, please be sure to comment as well as pin and save articles from their sites, rather than this main magazine page. That way, you'll have easier access to the articles you want to reference in the future and those writers will have the blessing of repeat traffic from your pins.

Let us know how you like the new magazine!

The Christian Home Magazine Team

Stewardship and Finances

Stewardship and Finances writer, Laura Lane, is sharing some excellent ideas for partnering with God for financial peace. Check out, What Do You Have In Your Hand? at Harvest Lane Cottage.

Young Ladies at Home

Young Ladies at Home contributor, Lynzie Coller, shares her heart and future plans in Why I Choose to Be a Stay At Home Daughter and Wife.

Homesteading and Healthy Living

Our homesteading and healthy living contributor, Heather from Marine Corps Nomads, shares an excellent recipe for Gluten Free Fried Chicken Drumsticks this week.

Pretty Thrifty Fashion

Pretty Thrifty Fashion blogger, Emily from Teen For the Lord, introduces herself and shares her vision in Pretty Thrifty: An Introduction.


Entertainment contributor, Laura from Harvest Lane Cottage, reviews an encouraging devotional study for women in Now: Purposeful Steps Toward a More Abundant Life by Mrs. Sarah Coller.


Homekeeping blogger, Sarah Coller of Classical Homemaking, shares her thoughts about Writing an Heirloom Cookbook.

Would you like to be featured on The Christian Home Magazine? Send your submissions for our consideration to sarah@classicalhomemaking.com.

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  1. Oh Sarah! This is so exciting! I'm going to check out some of the articles right now!

  2. Oh Sarah. How fun! I am so glad that I am on your email list! I am super excited. This is so needed. Really! I would love for you to link this post and all your Friday posts at The Fabulous Party. Let's spread the word! Here's the link to this weeks party:
    Thanks for sharing this. Wishing you many Blessings and much prayer for you as you make this endeavor!

    1. That's so encouraging, Lynn, thank you! I'm heading over to link up right now!

  3. I love reading all the interesting articles. thanks, Sarah!

  4. How neat. I am excited to take some time to read them.

  5. This really sounds awesome! I came here from visiting The Harvest Lane Cottage... but I feel certain I'll be back!

  6. WOW! What a fabulous site to explore. Spent several enjoyable hours on past blogs and can't wait to check out more. Thank you Sarah.

  7. This is wonderful, Sarah! So thankful to see this new ministry for you and sweet Laura. God bless you both!

  8. Sarah, I am sure this will bless many families. Thanks for sharing all the things that bring you joy, they must bring joy to many others as well.


Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment! I read each one of them and love to respond back to those who visit! Please consider signing up for EMAIL NOTICES so you'll have a reminder of our weekly HOMEMAKING PARTY---and more! Have a wonderful day!

Mrs. Sarah Coller

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