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
(please continue reading) The Forgiveness Road
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 format)
Thanks for visiting and thanks for your patience and understanding should you decide to continue to visit our site.
(please continue reading) The remake ACH…
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 her husband and family – most notably and obviously in the recent years of her husband’s complete physical disability. Then,
(please continue reading) A Faithful Christian Wife
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 regarding mothers. How we must reflect on these powerful sentiments.
O dear mothers, you have a very sacred
(please continue reading) Spurgeon on Mothers