Don’t want lots of leftovers when there’s just the two of you? Dislike needing to adjust regular recipes and wondering if the dish will turn out?
The solution—Just You & Me cookbook. Compilers Wayne & Wilma Yoder are not new to compiling cookbooks. Neither are they new to cooking for two. If there’s just two at your house, take the fuss out of cooking for just two-invite Just You & Me cookbook over for dinner.
Throughout the Bible, God warns man about the sin of impurity—sexual relations outside the bounds of marriage. Secular and Biblical history testifies that impurity is throughout history—no one has gone unscarred by it.
Keep Yourself Pure is a concise guide to understanding the Biblical view of what our contemporary society calls free love. Charles Hostetter presents thought-provoking chapters like “The Bible Speaks on Purity,” “Who Is Impure?” and “Are You in Love?”
This is an excellent book for couples faced with the question, Should we or shouldn’t we? Keep Yourself Pure is a guide to a happy, spiritual courtship and marriage.
In response to the hundreds of readers who have asked why Keepers at Home magazine doesn’t publish more than 4 issues a year, we developed the Keeper’sBook™ Series.
Packed with over 40 articles from 36 Keepers at Home readers and writers, Birth & Babies gives readers 64 pages of encouragement, how-to, stories and information—all about birth and babies! Birth & Babies feels, looks, and reads like Keepers at Home magazine, but it’s a book.
How we care for our elderly and special needs children among us is an indication of our love for Jesus Christ. (“As ye have done it unto the least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me.”)
The goal in Caregivers is to help us know how to think about our responsibility to the elderly and special children, and to give us lots of how-to and inspiration to do a good job-heartily as unto the Lord.
Caregivers is written by 39 writers who have walked the talk. Be strengthened as you listen to their experiences.
Packed with stories and information on infertility, miscarriages, stillbirths, adoption, foster care, Keeper’sBook™ Infertility will minister to those who struggle with these life-changing problems.
Infertility is written by 35 writers whose paths are marked by the pain and loneliness of this journey. They know the struggles, the emotions, and the trauma of this path and pray that their work in Infertility will lend new courage to others.
Need help with clutter control? Want a hand organizing your home? Looking for time management ideas? Thirty-two authors share their insight and experience to bring you the ideas and motivation you need to be the organized person you want to be!
Helping You Be a Better Steward of the Resources God Has Given You
Packed with inspiration and information that will help you be a better steward of the time, money and talents God has blessed you with. Keeper’sBook™ Penny Wise is the work of 22 authors.
“Mommy, what can I do?” Is a question the little people in your life often ask. Preschool Pastimes is brimming with fresh possibilities of interesting, fun, table busywork and crafts! Projects such as food for children to make (apple cartwheels, anyone?), edible playdough and a host of other ideas your children will enjoy are scattered throughout Preschool Pastimes. Shared with you by 104 other moms who are learning how to keep the little people in their life profitably busy.
Maggie Amos faces challenges as she takes on a new identity caused by the stress of World War II. The old life which included her engagement to Ben Tarelli is shattered after he enlists in the Navy. Circumstances result in Maggie living a lie while her religious background creates deep feelings of guilt.
Ben is assigned to a destroyer that is part of a fleet assembling in the South Pacific. As he fights for his country and his survival, he dreams of life after the war with Maggie at his side. However, his dreams are jeopardized when he loses contact with her.
A new identity forces Maggie to adapt to an unfamiliar culture while managing a business as a single mother. The lies of her past become less vivid as her success and self-dependence increase.
Ben does not understand the uncertainty of life. Questions are all he has to occupy his time while at sea. Why hasn’t Maggie written? Will I ever have the opportunity to see her? Will I survive the next attack? Could I be taken prisoner? Where is God when I need Him? Does He even exist? Rest and sleep are difficult.
Will Maggie’s creative deception cost her the friends and support of an entire village? Is forgiveness possible?