Thursday, February 1, 2018

The Homemaking Party: Introducing The Eden Concept by Dana and Kimberly Williams

Welcome to the Homemaking Party! First off, let me thank everyone for your kindness and patience as I took my little blogging break! I'm excited to be back at it and looking forward to all that 2018 brings!

Today is launch day for my good friend, Kimberly Williams. She and her husband, Dana, have written an excellent book on marriage and I hope you'll check it out.

The Eden Concept is a bold breath of fresh air! I love the "back to Genesis" concept especially, as I've been challenged recently to study more how everything goes back to Genesis. The Williams' don't mince words when it comes to discussing our messed up culture's views of the sanctity of marriage---a boldness that those seeking Biblical relationships are thirsty for in these times.

One part that especially blessed me were the Scriptures referring to God's role as helper. I'm very happy in my role as helper to my husband but I'd never considered it as an actual attribute of God. In fact, just reading that over again makes me want to go back and reread the whole book!

I'm so excited to hear testimonies from other readers. This book is a blessing--- I hope you'll check it out!


Hope everyone is having a lovely week so far! I'm off to my sewing club in SW Missouri tonight. I love driving the backroads out there, hoping to spot a Plain people's buggy on the road!



  1. Thank you for hosting, Sarah. If only everyone realized how much happier they could be living the right way!

  2. Glad to see you back, Sarah! Sounds like you had a lovely break. Thank you for hosting :)

  3. Glad to see your link party again. I enjoyed the book review on a much needed subject! I just finished reading Redeeming the Feminine Soul by Julie Roys.

  4. Thanks for the party Sarah! Thanks for hosting.

  5. Welcome back, Sarah! Hope you are rested and inspired for 2018! Love the back to Eden theme, too. My very first book job was the writer and editor of a cookbook for a women's group in Charleston, SC in the early 1990s. I worked with a Christian nutritionist who taught me how to substitute healthful ingredients in favorite recipes submitted by the ladies in the group for the fundraiser. I was to provide the devotional themes interspersed throughout and the layout. I learned so much from her--a real mentor in my life. Journey Back to Eden was the name of it. I still use some of the recipes, too!

  6. It was wonderful to see you at the sewing group. You're just as lovely in person as you are on your blog.
    Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage


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