As homesteaders and homemakers, we face difficulties every day of our lives. It’s absolutely normal to get discouraged and want to walk away. If we didn’t, we wouldn’t be human. But we can use that discouragement we feel to grow closer to the Lord and allow Him to be glorified through our struggles.
Noah was the tin-foil hat wearing Prepper of Biblical times and it would be foolish of us not to follow his example. His faith in the Lord was unwavering and he did whatever he needed to do to keep his family safe.
When Homesteader Hubby mentioned adding turkeys to our homestead, I kind of laughed it off. Actually, I filed it in the “Future Plans For The Homestead” folder, because I know when the Homesteader gets an idea to do something, it usually ends up happening.
Homesteader Hubby and I were supposed to be building a new brooder together, but he and our youngest boy decided an afternoon of fishing was much more interesting! The girls and I decided whipping up a batch of our homemade fruit pies was an even better way to spend our Saturday afternoon!
Getting your homestead prepared should be easy right? But is your homestead, family and animals ready for the Zombie Apocalypse to strike? Of course I’m praying for peaceful resolution, no one wants the world to go sour. But in the mean time, while I pray and the Lord does His work, there’s a few things […]
Long days, not enough sleep, hard work and major adjustments have all been testing our marriage these last few months. Homesteading has a way of changing you, sometimes for the worse, but if you let it, it can change you for the better.