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To Correct or Not to Correct…Your Husband: A Pendulum Post

Filed in Marriage, Pendulum Series by on December 26, 2012 15 Comments
To Correct or Not to Correct…Your Husband: A Pendulum Post

Written by Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood This is a blog post, and by nature, blog posts are supposed to make a point and make it succinctly.  Therefore, in order for me to make my point and let you go, I‘ll assume some things.  I’m assuming that the typical reader of Visionary Womanhood is a […]

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To Circumcise or Not to Circumcise: A Pendulum Post

Filed in Pendulum Series by on September 10, 2012 7 Comments
To Circumcise or Not to Circumcise: A Pendulum Post

Written by Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood Ahhh. If only I could blog up a plate full of warm, delicious muffins every morning to all you sweet ladies. But no. I feel the urge to write about things like epidurals, eating placentas, and now—chopping up baby bottoms. Can someone pass the muffins? Almost nineteen years […]

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To Feed on Schedule or on Demand: A Pendulum Post

Filed in Parenting, Pendulum Series by on March 27, 2012 3 Comments
To Feed on Schedule or on Demand: A Pendulum Post

Mama Grizzly’s Way If there’s one topic that brings out the grizzly bear in most mamas, it’s this one.  Why?  We’re mamas.  God wired us to love and protect our tiniest ones with an emotional intensity that sizzles like lightening.  And deep down inside we want to know that we are giving our little treasures […]

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To Keep…or Not to Keep…the Home: A Pendulum Post

Filed in Pendulum Series, Women & Work by on March 2, 2012 1 Comment
To Keep…or Not to Keep…the Home: A Pendulum Post

Written by Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind, and submissive to their own […]

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Reflecting Christ Through Our Clothing: A Pendulum Post

Filed in Pendulum Series, Relationships by on February 10, 2012 11 Comments
Reflecting Christ Through Our Clothing:  A Pendulum Post

Written by Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood This is a touchy subject that can sometimes cause emotions to run high.  Why?  What we wear often communicates to the world who we are.  And we instinctively know that.  We have our reasons for purchasing a certain style of skirt or blouse over a different style.  What […]

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Medical vs. Natural Childbirth: A Personal Story

Filed in Health and Beauty, Pendulum Series by on December 23, 2011 20 Comments
Medical vs. Natural Childbirth: A Personal Story

By Natalie Klejwa, Editress of Visionary Womanhood Twenty years ago I was pregnant with our first baby and determined to have a mid-wife and experience pregnancy and birth in the most “natural” way possible.  Nineteen weeks into the pregnancy I began to spot a little.  Since I could feel the baby moving and had no […]

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To Mary or to Martha? The Pendulum Series Continues

Filed in Pendulum Series, Women & Work by on December 20, 2011 5 Comments
To Mary or to Martha? The Pendulum Series Continues

  A couple of months ago I wrote a post over at Keeper of the Home with tips on how to increase productivity.  The first tip I shared was the most important: spend time at the feet of Jesus each day.  To avail ourselves of the Wisdom of the Creator is always going to be […]

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To Fill or Not to Fill—The Quiver: The Pendulum Series Begins!

Filed in Parenting, Pendulum Series, Walk With God by on October 16, 2011 10 Comments
To Fill or Not to Fill—The Quiver: The Pendulum Series Begins!

By Natalie Klejwa, Editress of Visionary Womanhood If you know anything of history, Wemmicks are constantly swinging from one extreme to the other.  It’s our nature.  Because we are small. Needy. Foolish. Ignorant. Sinful. We will continue to swing the pendulum until the end of history. But God! For I the Lord do not change; […]

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