17 FREE Resources For Your Homemaking Binder

Here are some links to the sheets in my Homemaking Binder. They are references that I keep at hand to help me to become a better Christian, wife and mother.

For the Children:

For the Mommas:

Home Making Binder Planner Sheets:

The following topic is in my binder but I cannot remember where it came from so I typed it out for you to copy and print.

SPANKING:

The Bible teaches us to recognize that when we do wrong, they are guilty and should be told so. If they stubbornly refuse to admit guilt, they should be punished so they suffer for their wrong till they admit it. This is true of children and adults.

Proverbs 20:30 – Blows and stripes cleanse away guilt and reach the inner depths of the heart Spanking is not just an external act. It reaches the heart and teaches the child to become an upright, righteousness person. It molds godly characters.

But the Bible also has a solution for the guilt. When one is sorry, represent apologies, and corrects his conduct, he receives forgiveness from God and others who follow the Bible {Matt. 6:12-15; Luke 17:3,4}. One reason many people do not appreciate the value of spanking is that they do not understand God concept of guilt and forgiveness.

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4 comments

  1. nichole says:

    Hi, i was wondering if you have on your website a place where we can print the behavior reminders and anything in your homemaking binder relating to the childrens behavior? If you have it there and I overlooked it. I apoligize. Thanks for your help. Nichole

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  2. Renee says:

    I wish this site had been around to give me assistance when I was a stay-at-home mom in the 80’s-90’s. You have done a wonderfull job with this site. A homemaking journal would have been the perfect tool for me to use when our 14 yo was going through cancer treatment in 2001-2002. I just found your site this past August and at 56, I am starting my binder. I need to be more mortivated to keep things in order. Many of your suggestions for schedules are ones I have already followed; they were kept on scraps of paper and thus could be easily ignored if I was not particularly motivated on any given day. Thanks for the insight!

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