Articles & links regarding the importance of modest dress.

A resource page of sites and cottage industries offering modest clothing for Christian women.

You are loved and lovely and being a homemaker and keeper at home is precious work. Never be persuaded otherwise or allow the enemy to come in and flood your thoughts out of your home and wash away your commitment to improve and be strengthened in your role as the wife: helper to your husband, the keeper of the home, the mother of children and the light and joy of the family. You're worth it. Be an excellent homemaker. Your family is worth it! Do good things daily!

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Kathryn's letters & photographs from her work in Africa

Timothy's missionary work in Ghana, West Africa

From a young age, Timothy knew the LORD had called him to be a missionary. The Lord has been only faithful and Timothy's been faithful to his calling. I would like to recount for you a miracle the Lord performed and I would like to share with you the joy we have in walking with our faithful Lord.

many links to pages of Good Things on the old site.

The Forgiveness Road

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Many years ago, I had the privilege of speaking at a retreat in a beautifully tranquil setting.  It was a wonderful opportunity for women to be refreshed and renewed away from their normal routines, schedules and life’s demands.  And… as happens at most retreats, for some women, it was a time of deep reflection.

 It is often the case that women will rest and reflect long enough to realize that a part of them has ceased to really live or they’ve ceased functioning in the way the LORD designed.  You know, it’s the busy-ness of life that quells the stillness needed for hearing that still-small-voice of the LORD… that voice that guides us, that voice that corrects and approves us.  Sometimes we’ve been ‘busy’ so long that we can’t hear the voice but we know we’re suffering the consequences of the lack of fellowship and intimacy with the LORD.  Sometimes we avoid those times because we know there are matters to deal with—matters to clear up.  That’s why I want to talk with you about what I call: The Forgiveness Road.

 The Forgiveness Road needs to be a well traveled, familiar road that is embraced and welcomed in the life of the woman who seeks godliness.  But some would rather travel any road to avoid The Forgiveness Road.

 Well, I met a woman at that retreat who had the sweetest face, the clearest and most beautiful blue eyes I’ve ever seen—I see her in my mind’s eye just now.  It was heartbreaking to listen to her story, her story of grief and regret laced with the bitterness to which pain often gives way.  You see, she was sharing her story with me following a session in which I briefly alluded to the adult pain and oppression of childhood sexual abuse.  The LORD has allowed those past hurts in my life and the freedom He’s given me from that bondage to bitterness to enable me to help other women see that there is peace and there is joy in the LORD no matter what the pain, no matter what the past, no matter what the experience of sin or grief.

 I could see in her eyes that fear was gripping her.  Regret and resentment was ruining her life and her testimony.  Admittedly, she was grateful for the work of the LORD in her life—but there was this “little area” she was holding on to.  This little area in her life was controlling and confusing all the rest.  Her relationship with her husband, her responses to her children and to her family were not what she longed for them to be.  Through her tears she knew she had to confess that bitterness as sin.  I shared with her that until she released her offender in her mind and to the LORD, that she herself would remain in that prison of regret and despair.  I shared that it was time for her to walk the forgiveness road.

 Maybe you are in such a situation today.  You have past hurts, past anguish, disappointment and sorrow.  Maybe someone you trusted hurt you very badly and your anger has become a bitterness that rules your life.  You know, sweet sister, you must lay it down.   You mustn’t carry that load any longer.  It’s time to walk the Forgiveness Road.   Don’t let the enemy of your soul trick you into thinking you cannot travel that road.  Don’t be afraid to travel the Forgiveness Road.  No woman ever walks the Forgiveness Road alone… because there is always a companion on that road.  No, it’s not a husband, it’s not a precious friend, it’s not a sister… it’s the LORD Jesus.  He always walks the Forgiveness Road—He’s paid the price and you can trust Him.

 Once you travel the Forgiveness Road, you will know that peace that passes understanding and you’ll be on your way to joy unspeakable.  Go ahead… lay that burden down and walk the Forgiveness Road today.

With sincere love for the LORD and for the sisters in Christ—
pamela spurling

The remake ACH…

The antiquated AChristianHome site is under ongoing reconstruction. I’ll be adding new Letters to My Sisters as well as linking to pages from the old ACH website. I’m setting up the new site using .COM

(you’ll be seeing that the old website page links will retain the old achristianhome.org address and the old format and this new website is achristianhome.COM which will be utilizing the wordpress blog style

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A Faithful Christian Wife

O, to be A Faithful Christian Wife! I was reading some different articles and a thought struck me: how will I be remembered? And then I was mulling over some more aspects of this— I don’t know what first sparked line of thinking, but it’s led me to reflect on the life of a precious sister in the LORD who has dedicated her life to

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Spurgeon on Mothers

Charles Haddon Spurgeon was England’s best-known preacher for most of the latter half of the nineteenth century – Spurgeon was twenty years old when he became the pastor of London’s New Park Street Church. Imagine that, at twenty years old! The motto of Spurgeon’s ministry and Metropolitan Tabernacle church in London England was, “We Preach Christ and Him Crucified. Here’s a small taste of what he concluded

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