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20 Ways to Celebrate Easter

Four and one half weeks till Easter Sunday! How much time have you spent preparing? A quick quiz for you: Have you done any decorating to signal to your family and neighbors that Easter is coming and that this holiday is important to you? Are you preparing for this day as the most important celebration …

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Anticipation

Laura is my youngest. From the time she was four or five she couldn’t go to sleep on Christmas Eve till way past her bedtime. Then she was awake before dawn because of her great excitement for the big day. As she got older, this sleepless pattern extended to include the nights before tryouts, and …

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Borrowing

    Lord, I need to borrow something. We had another disagreement, My husband and I. His officing at home for over a year now has produced more opportunities to trust You than I expected, exposed more of my flaws than I care to see. My time is not my own, my house no longer …

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Our Followers

You are a mentor to me through the wisdom God has bestowed upon you as you walk with him through your life experiences and your willingness to share all you have learned so vulnerably with us.

Amy

Bless you as a Mother and a Christian woman. My own Mother spoke those same encouraging words to me so many years ago. I can still feel that baby spit up going down under my top. Now that my children are in their mid 20’s and early 30’s I have learned to Praise God for all the little and big things, keeping the bigger picture in mind. Bless all you loving and lovely mother’s taking care of your treasured gifts from God!

Becky

Thank you for your transparency Barbara. Your testimony minsters to my heart as I try to navigate some difficult family relationships. I love the reminders that Gods job is to rescue, resurrect and restore. Our inadequacy is an opportunity for Him to move powerfully beyond what we can imagine, for His glory. I ALWAYS look forward to seeing your encouragement in my inbox.

Tami M.

Thank you, Barbara, for reminding me that I too matter, in this fast-paced time, mothers often forget themselves because of the efforts we put to our families. Your blog and encouraging words speak to my heart. Thank you once more. 

Zelda

This prayer addresses my present circumstances. Thanks for your inspiration. 

Esther O

This year I felt convicted to make Easter season more than a Good Friday/Easter Sunday combo. I searched the internet and found not only this calendar but your website. While there may have been a little glitch with the calendar, the ripples that will come for years because of this content fill me with joy. It is beyond stunning! I am so excited that I am the only one in my family that knows of the backside of the banner. I can't wait to see my family's amazement on Easter morning when it's been flipped over. Kind of an empty tomb effect is what I'm anticipating! So again, thank you.

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Hi. I'm Barbara Rainey

I'm the founder of Ever Thine Home, a Wife, Mom, Mimi, Christian Author, Speaker and Artist.  God has graciously and kindly blessed my efforts to create beautiful products and content that help women make Jesus known and experienced at home. Our goal at Ever Thine Home is to help you know how to live and be transformed by Jesus which will in turn transform your home. We are all about learning to experience God every day as we provide unique, creative ways to get families into the Bible together all year long. I’d love to have you join our community, that you might find help and encouragement on your family's journey!

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Photo by Beth Hall