Strengthening the Heart of a Homemaker: A Devotional Guide for Your Homemaking Journey
Years ago, before I was an herbalist and aromatherapist, I was a homemaking blogger.
To help encourage my homemaking readers, I created this PDF devotional, Strengthening the Heart of a Homemaker.
Since my focus is now on natural health, I’ve made this devotional free to anyone who finds this page.
Just send me an email ([email protected]) and let me know you’d like a copy. I’ll reply with a link for you to download, but please be patient with my reply.
You can learn more about the devotional below.
As a homemaker, you can easily get overwhelmed, discouraged, or a little weary with your never-ending to-do lists.
It’s normal to get tired with a job that you never leave and that never ends. But we don’t have to stay discouraged or weary. There is hope in the Lord!
However, it can sometimes be challenging to feel like we are able to connect with Jesus when tending to little ones or managing a bustling home. Sometimes we need a little boost of direction and guidance.
That’s where Strengthening the Heart of a Homemaker comes in. In this digital resource, you’ll find over 100 pages of original, beautiful, and printable Scripture cards and journal pages, as well as devotional sections with encouraging words and questions to consider that cover many areas of homemaking.
Homemakers fulfill many roles, and that’s why Strengthening the Heart of a Homemaker offers thirteen sections of encouragement, each featuring one major area of homemaking. You’ll find sections for
- General Homemaking
- Caring for Yourself
- Health & Wellness
- Food & Cooking
- Pregnancy & Babies
- Motherhood & Parenting
- The Homemaker’s Faith
- Faith for Children
- Working from Home
- Special Events
For each of the thirteen areas of homemaking, you’ll find
- 4 decorative printable Scripture cards
- 1 printable journal page
- 1 devotional guide featuring reflections and questions to consider
This is a PDF download, so you won’t get a print book in the mail. But you’re welcome to print as many copies of this as you’d like. God bless you, momma!