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We are a Titus 2 and a Proverbs 31 group for Christian women. We lean toward a slower, peaceful lifestyle.

We encourage one another in Bible reading, prayer, homemaking, & modesty. We are homekeepers with the goal of developing friendships here. Participation is encouraged groupwide as we support each other to read the Bible and pray while caring for our family and living in the real world loving our neighbors as we love ourselves. Real life comes before online life.

Our topics also include cooking & recipes, sewing & needlework, gardening & canning. Parenting & homeschooling and other "G" rated topics are other examples of wholesome subjects.

We do not allow "No Mail" settings. No selling or advertising.

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We are a Christian group and will not debate or discuss other religions or the differences between our denominations. We also do not debate or discuss politics.



We will "... avoid foolish and ignorant disputes, knowing that they generate strife." and we will remember "... a servant of the Lord must not quarrel but be gentle to all..." from II Tim 2.







Proverbs 31:25-30


She opens her mouth with wisdom,

And on her tongue is the law of kindness.

She watches over the ways of her household,

And does not eat the bread of idleness.

Her children rise up and call her blessed;

Her husband also, and he praises her:

“Many daughters have done well, But you excel them all.”

Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing,

But a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be praised.

Group Information

  • 387
  • Women
  • Sep 14, 2005
  • English

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