Gospel.com Topics Feed - Homemaking 2013-12-20T06:00:04-05:00 GCI info@gospel.com /feeds/topics/homemaking/ Making Your Home a Haven http://faithgateway.com/making-your-home-haven/ 2013-12-20T06:00:04-05:00 Why do we love certain houses, and why do they seem to love us? It is the warmth of our individual hearts reflected in our surroundings. — T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, quoted in Welcome Home We all desire to make our homes a haven. After all, no woman wants a cold, messy, or critical home. Whether you […] Politically Incorrect Wife: An Interview with Nancy Cobb & Connie Grigsby http://reviveourhearts.com/topics/series.php?series=68&topic_name=Marriage 2008-08-28T07:45:11-05:00 In the workplace, we generally receive a job description outlining what's expected of us. But as wives, we don't get such a clear directive. Nancy welcomes authors Nancy Cobb and Connie Grigsby as they take the guesswork out of understanding the biblical "job description" of a married woman. Home-making Is Not a Dirty Word: An Interview with Dr. Pat Ennis and Dr http://reviveourhearts.com/topics/series.php?series=101&topic_name=Biblical Womanhood 2008-03-31T12:04:24-05:00 The subject of homemaking may seem old-fashioned to some, but in reality it’s an important part of God’s mission for our lives as women—whether married or single. This week Nancy welcomes educators and authors Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock. They discuss how being a keeper of the home pleases God. Hope for Homemakers: An Interview with Donna Otto http://reviveourhearts.com/topics/series.php?series=168&topic_name=Biblical Womanhood 2008-03-31T11:25:30-05:00 Is your home a place where you and your family are glad to be? Nancy and Donna Otto discuss the role women play in developing a godly home. Whether married or single, you'll benefit from suggestions that will encourage you as you shape the atmosphere of your home. Heart of Hospitality http://reviveourhearts.com/topics/series.php?series=46&topic_name=Biblical Womanhood 2008-03-31T11:21:42-05:00 Hospitality--it's not just an event; it's a lifestyle, intended to point others to God's family. Learn how to cultivate an attitude of hospitality and some practical ways you can open your home and heart to others.