The Girlhood Super Christmas Bundle
The Girlhood Home Companion Treasury Album One
The Girlhood Home Companion is a beautiful full color magazine that encourages young ladies to enjoy their precious girlhood years while walking closely with the Lord and developing a deeper relationship with Him. Each themed issue is filled with editorials, articles, and stories that will minister to your daughter's heart, while teaching her the practical skills of homemaking, cooking, crafts, sewing and other girlhood pastimes.
There is nothing so lovingly designed with the Christian girl in mind as The Girlhood Home Companion. Timeless, it continues to inspire daughters, mothers, and grandmothers alike.
Target age: 8-16 and beyond.
Approximately 200 pages, full color
Four Full Issues:
The Well-Mannered Home
Becoming a Faith-Filled Daughter
Mothers & Daughters Holding Hands
Clothing Your Spirit in Beauty
Approximately 200 pages, full color
The Girlhood Home Companion Treasury Album Two
Girlhood's Most Cherished Lessons
Make it Lovely
Comfort and Joy
Approximately 200 pages, full color
The Girlhood Home Companion (Original) Treasury Album
Originally published from 1998-2001, the Girlhood Home Companion (Original) Treasury Album contains 13 precious Girlhood magazines that center on one character quality per issue.
Quiet and Gentle Spirit
Femininity & Grace
Approximately 370 pages, black & white.
"Little Women" Girlhood Home Companion Magazine
Louisa’s May Alcott's upbringing was full of challenges, but she rose above them through an unwavering love and devotion to her family. The welfare of her parents and sisters was always at the forefront of her mind. Throughout her lifetime, she gave sacrificially of her time, talent, and money to keep them together.
Did you know that God is “keeping” and “preserving” everything that pertains to you? Have you ceased to strive? Do you trust in Him to provide? Have you found the beauty of His peace? We can only find true peace by entrusting our lives to the Lord, Jesus Christ, for He is the Prince of Peace.
We pray that this issue of The Girlhood Home Companion would be a “cheerful, hopeful letter” of our affection to you, dear mother, and the “little women” in your household.
"Stepping Heavenward" Girlhood Home Companion Magazine
This issue of The Girlhood Home Companion celebrates the Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss, a Christian author from the19th century who wrote Stepping Heavenward, a fictional story about a struggling young woman, Katherine, that has both charmed and challenged Christians throughout the centuries. No other writer of her time presented the gospel in such a winsome manner. From the pages of her journals and personal letters to family and friends, we see how Mrs. Prentiss not only worked out her salvation with fear and trembling, but joy and victory too! Elizabeth Prentiss's writing is as relevant today as it was for the thousands upon thousands of captivated readers of her time.
This issue of The Girlhood Home Companion will encourage both you and your daughter to view your trials as stepping stones in the upward journey of the heart.
Stepping Heavenward by Elizabeth Prentiss - print book"This charming journal of a nineteenth century girl takes us from her sixteenth birthday to her last entries when she was ill and in her forties, aware that she had very little time left. It is a story of the shaping of a soul - of her learning day by day, in the seemingly insignificant little events of an ordinary life, that deep happiness is found, nor in seeking fulfillment for oneself, but in a glad and free self-offering for the sake of others."
"This book is a treasure of godly and womanly wisdom, told with disarming candor and humility, yet revealing a deep heart’s desire to know God. We need such intimate accounts, need them desperately when the word commitment is so little understood and so seldom practiced. We need to see that love for the Lord really does make a difference, not merely on Sunday, but from Monday through Saturday. We need to be able to enter this woman’s life, her home, her kitchen, and see, as she so generously and honestly lets us do, just what the crucial difference is." ~Elizabeth Elliot
A Glimpse Into the Past: Mother & Daughter Conversation on Audio CD
The cover of the "Stepping Heavenward" Girlhood Home Companion features a lovely photo of living history reenactor, Caitlin Cassin, which was taken by friend and fellow reeanactor, Annette Bethke. Both women specialize in the Civil War Era and we had the privilege of getting to know them during our research for this issue. When we found out what their specialties were, and the wealth of information they have accumulated from interpreting together in Texas and across the county, we asked if they would consider being interviewed for this issue's companion conversation and they graciously accepted!
I think what I loved the most was hearing these women talk about different aspects of reenacting and how it has affected their outlook on life in the present. Caitlin shared an inspiring message about journaling and how powerful it has been to read the accounts of woman who had to rely on the Lord in very difficult circumstances. She has been comforted by the testimonies of God's faithfulness and the fact that He is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Caitlin also shared how she has incorporated the reading of Stepping Heavenward into her historical Impressions. Annette shared how she became a reenactor and the way civilians had to "make do" during shortages in South, specifically in Texas.
You and your daughter will enjoy the expertise of these talented women and the glimpse they give us into the past from immersing themselves in another time period, and living life to the fullest today!
Everyday is a gift with stories just waiting to be captured—stories about the people, places, and things that touch your heart!
Just think of all the experiences you and your children have shared together: everyday moments, special times, or life lessons tailor-made by God, irreplaceable moments that you thought you would never forget. Yet life rushes by like a reel of film on a movie projector, thousands of unique experiences in a blur. Precious few will be remembered unless they are viewed in slow motion. Journaling slows the motion.
With examples from the journals of children and adults, Jill Novak shows how you and your children can preserve life's everyday moments.
Whether you're a parent, grandparent, educator, scrapbooker or family historian you will be delighted with this journaling approach to preserving your life stories now and for future generations.
The Gift of Family Writing: Every Day is a Gift will teach you how to:
- Enable children of all ages – preschool through high school – to capture their life stories as they happen
- Equip ALL your children, regardless of their learning styles, to become confident writers
- Encourage even the most reluctant writers to utilize their oral storytelling skills as the basis for their writing
- Inspire children who hate to write
- Develop the practical techniques that “real” authors use as they write from what they know
- Strengthen family relationships through the written word
- Communicate vision and a hope in Christ to each of your children
- Express gratitude for loved ones through tribute writing
- Preserve your spiritual legacy for future generations
The Pebbly Brook Farm Collection By Claire Novak - print book
Originally written for the Girlhood Home Companion, these stories appeared in the successive issues that you will find in the Girlhood Original Treasury Album, Due to length, they had to be compiled into their own volume.
Join Katie Robinson, her brother Joseph, and her little sisters, Christine and Anna. You'll find them waiting for you at Pebbly Brook Farm. Set in the days of the Great Depression, these truly delightful stories will teach your children unforgettable lessons in faith, courage, and perseverance.
Double Duty - (the theme of dependability)
By the Bushel Full - (the theme of perseverance)
One Big Shot - (the theme of forgiveness)
Judy Gets a Lickin'- (the theme of discretion)
Fairest of the Fair- (the theme of obedience)
“Through wisdom a house is built And by understanding it is established, By knowledge the rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches.” Proverbs 24:3‐4
In this lovely December Tea Cozy, Heather tells how the Lord wove a beautiful picture in her mind of how we can build our own households of faith. As mothers it is important to be intentional with this task. She found many references in the Bible about building and houses.
"How exciting it was to work in tandem with the Lord as he guided me through this writing process. What a surprise to see how He made a wonderful word picture for the very call He placed in my heart. I pray you and the special girls in your life will be blessed as you work in together with one another and grow in your faith and your relationship."~ Warmest Regards, Heather Wombacher
Heather and her husband David are the parents of four children. The Wombachers live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest on their version of an urban farm. The owner of The Patchwork Heart Company, Heather is noted for creating whimsical works of art with ribbon, flowers and lavender in which she strives to point the admirer towards the Living God. Heather loves being the Resident Artisan and writer for (The Girlhood Home Companion) where she is able to bless mothers and daughters with fun and meaningful projects that glorify the Lord.• Tea of the Month
• Simply Delicious Teatime Recipes and Tutorial
• Teatime Quotes
• Teatime Etiquette
• Seasonal Poetry
• Outstanding Homemakers of the Month Award