Most Christian wives, moms, and single ladies desire order in their lives. They want to manage what God has given them well for the glory of God. But when the dishes and laundry are endless, the kids are sick again, and the chaos never feels like it has been beaten back, what is a girl to do?

In this episode we discuss what it means to pursue order in the home, in the heart, and and with our hands, for the glory of God. Join us!



  1. Brandy

    Check out Heart of Dakota 💞 We have used it for several years. It includes Rod and Staff English. We love that too! But we use Christian light education for math instead of Singapore. Dr White has visited our church to preach a few times in Pryor Ok. Grace Life Church. Seriously Heart of Dakota is the BEST!

  2. Rita S

    Thank you for a fresh perspective on order. As a mom, currently homeschooling a 3rd grader and k-er and raising/nursing 4-month-old twin blessings, it’s good to remember that order isn’t necessarily “ready for guests at any moment.” I can’t meet that standard, but am praying that God will help me know what is important in this season for the care of our home and for training my older two!

  3. AB R.

    Listened to this episode last night and I had a few thoughts. My first was “Well, I’m doing my best.” But then it was like “But are you REALLY? No excuses, are you REALLY doing your best?” and I’m like Nope. So yeah, it was a good kick in the butt to myself!

    Next was that on April 18, My Utmost For His Highest posted a quote from Oswald saying “Readiness for God means that we are prepared to do the smallest thing or the largest thing – it makes no difference.” and this totally applies, in my opinion. That lead me to thinking of 1 Corinthians 10:31 – EVERYTHING we do should be for the glory of God – our housework, how we raise our kids, etc. And should we offer to God a half-assed sacrifice? No. And that’s not to say that we have to blow our brains out for perfection, but that we should strive for healthy, God-fearing, homes that are filled with the joy of the Lord.


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