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About Keeping Home

Hello! I’m Christina @ Keeping Home.

Of course, Keeping Home isn’t my last name . . . but I’m still hoping for a name change so you really don’t need to memorize the current one. πŸ˜‰

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About Keeping Home

Protecting and supporting home, sweet home through encouraging articles, focused projects, wholesome products, and hand holding as necessary.

Keeping Home is dedicated to:

  • Promoting Positive Homekeeping

  • Helping Keep Christian Homes Healthy and Happy

  • Protecting the Existence of Home, Sweet Home, One Family at a Time

It is my deep desire to fulfill this mission in every project I undertake.
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It is my belief that the most important battleground in the war between good and evil, God and Satan, is the homeβ€”and YOUR home is the front line.

 

Keeping Home Site

Keeping Home’s main website provides encouragement, connection, and resources for men, women, and children who want to take their home life to the next level.

It promotes positive homekeeping ~ because home matters.

It provides motivation and tools to Christian family managers to create and maintain homes and families that are healthy (physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually), happy, and truly Christian.

It upholds home, sweet home and challenges others to do the same within their own homes and families.

I pray you are encouraged and equipped, and that your home is protected by what you read here.

 

Keeping Home Projects

Virtuous Weddings

The Hope Chest

Online Store (currently closed)

Etsy Shop

 

More About Me . . .

#1 I’m a “family and consumer scientist.” That’s a fancy name for someone in the field of family and consumer sciences. The field used to be Home Economics but it outgrew that name. There are many interesting subjects in this field, but my interests, both personally and professionally, are particularly centered around homemaking ~ the making, keeping, and managing of homes in a Christ-centered, God-fearing, Bible-oriented, healthful, and sensible way. I just do old-fashioned “home economics” because that’s what interests me. Besides, that let’s me in on a little bit of everything. πŸ™‚

#2 In my dreams I’m a farm girl but in reality I’m pretty much a sedentary, indoors, desk and computer girl. This may have something to do with point #6, as well as the fact I took to computers and the Internet like I took to breathing (almost). I still do dirt and plants even though I skipped that one farmer gene that makes you prefer being outside at all times.

Β #3 I’m unmarried, hopeful, still sort of youngish (barely). I live with my parents and brother. Sometimes I wish I had my own home ~ but only if it was close to theirs.

#4 I’m musically talented but not highly skilled. I like planning and organizing. I’m not perfectly organized.

#5 Most days I don’t feel good in one way or another, even if it’s minor.Β  I’m really thankful that I’m no longer severely depressed and that I don’t feel yucky every day like I have sometimes in the past. Still, I’m on a serious quest for health improvement because I’ve got things to do and books to write, and I need more energy! And gardens to grow, and things to learn, and music to play, and . . . .

#6 I love sewing patterns. And craft patterns. More than I love sewing and crafts. This is why I need to sell them (store is currently closed) and you need to use them. πŸ™‚ I do like to sew, however. Or at least, I like to plan sewing projects and to have sewn. Those are the best parts of sewing, in my opinion. πŸ˜‰

 

Now that you’ve met me, I’d like to meet you!

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