Tonya loves to eat, try new recipes, bargain shop, make lists, read Christian Novels and talk with other Momma’s…..and not in that order! She’s a self-proclaimed Ice-Cream-Aholic, with 8 different half gallons of ice cream in her deep freeze.
She is into natural remedies, limiting TV time to promote reading, “Slow obedience is NO obedience” and making all those little moment counts.
Tonya’s marriage took a major hit a couple of years ago, and she shares their story of Beauty from Ashes, and the Lord’s redemptive love and grace on her blog, as well as her daily life as a stay at home Momma to her 4 Little Fergusons.
Angela Clark Logan is a down-to-earth, as-real-as-they come kind of woman. Her three boys and one princess keep her days full and her heart overflowing. Angela has served alongside her husband in vocational ministry for eight of their 14 years of marriage, and now that he spends his days teaching public school, they continue to minister by volunteering through their local church.
Angela has a passion for equipping women through God’s Word to fight for themselves, their marriages and their children. It is her heart’s truest desire to be used by God to shine His light into our dark world. You can find Angela at MyHeartMinistry.blogspot.com.
Sarah Outlaw has been married for 15 years to her best friend, Ben. They live in NJ with their four lively, homeschooled children, two puppies, and bunny. Sarah has been studying food, herbs, and natural living for the past ten years and received her Biblical Health Certification in 2006. She is also a Natural Living Consultant and teaches other moms: baby steps to real food, how to change their homes over to real food and natural products, and all about herbs, essential oils and natural remedies.
She blogs at Real Food Outlaws and owns 90210 Organics, an Eco-boutique and apothecary. Getting back to natural the way God intended is very important to her, and sharing how to do this with others is her passion.
Candace has been married to her high school sweetheart, Greg, for almost 22 years. They live in Texas, raising their ten beautiful children. Candace has had the privilege of graduating two children from their home school, yet is still in the stage of enjoying babies. With one daughter married, another heading off to college, and many littles at home, Candace not only has the experience of an older mom, but is also still very much in the trenches of motherhood.
Her passions include home schooling, encouraging mothers in their sacred journey of motherhood, pregnancy and birth, and managing a home filled with the people she loves most! She is also an avid runner, having run two half marathons, a ten miler, a few eight milers, and a plethora of 5Ks. Running affords her a healthy lifestyle as well as much-needed time alone with God.
Kelly Wiggains left the public school classroom a few years ago, and she’s not ready to return any time soon. She blogs at kellywiggains.com, where she talks about everything From Literature to Living. This is a blog for book lovers and book skeptics. If you are the former, she’s on your team. If you are the latter, her husband used to be one of you.
Kelly loves teaching about the world of literature and talking about great stories, and she’s in the beginning stages of homeschooling her three young children. She spent her teaching career (and the first few years of her marriage) convincing others that books were not the enemy. If you are not a reader and don’t understand what all the fuss is about (or if you have children who are like this), she wants to be your friend, too.
On her blog, Kelly recommends books she likes and discusses different genres and writing styles. She keeps it short and tries to make you laugh with her recurring series: Scenes from My Memoir. She offers tips for the struggling reader, and gives advice about how to find great reads. Mostly, she loves to provide observations from life and literature that encourage and inspire.
Debra lives in mid-missouri with her dashingly handsome husband, and two (nearly three) adorable kids- Christopher who will be four in July, Natalia who is almost 2, and another due in early July. Between caring for kids, making a home, and cooking healthy “real” food she writes about it all on her blog Sweet Kisses and Dirty Dishes.
Both Debra and her husband Mark grew up in homeschooling families and look forward to homeschooling their children. With Christopher, their oldest, being only 3 and a half there is only limited amount of “school” happening now. But, they embrace a lifestyle of learning and strive to teach their kids through life. They hope they can pass down a love of learning and growing to their children.
They strive to live a Christ centered as well as natural, sustainable, simple, and frugal lifestyle. No, they do not always succeed, but they try all the same.