Laura Coppinger is someone who loves to laugh, loves to cook, and apparently, loves to have huge piles of laundry in her upstairs hallway, as is evident by the perpetually huge piles of laundry in her upstairs hallway. She can be found occasionally with a Nerf gun in her hand, as she figures that in a life with an handsome husband and four active sons, if she can’t beat ‘em, she may as well join ‘em. Writing her blog, HeavenlyHomemakers.com has become a delightful ministry, hobby and full time job, which she is blessed to participate in from home. She loves hospitality and generally figures – the more the merrier – as long as her guests don’t mind looking at the flour in her hair, and you guessed it, the huge piles of laundry in her upstairs hallway.
Kelly Crawford is a child of the King, given beauty for ashes, and living to tell about it. She makes her home with her husband, Aaron, and their nine children in the deep South, clinging to a simpler life in the country. Kelly writes at Generation Cedar, following her passion to encourage mothers and wives and copying the Proverbs 31 model of home industry. She has been featured in various magazine publications, web sites and radio programs, including Kevin Swanson’s Generations With Vision, about FamilyEnterprise.Kelly and her family experienced devastating loss in 2011, when an F-5 tornado ripped through their community. You can read more about their faith through the storm. Join her on a journey of changing the world for Him, one home at a time.
Ann Dunagan is a longtime homeschooling mother of 7 children (currently ages 11 to 25, with 4 graduates), a missionary and minister alongside her husband Jon Dunagan, and co-founder of Harvest Ministry including an international orphan outreach (trusting in God’s daily provision for over 700 children) and oversight of several hundred remote village churches. She is the author of numerous books including The Mission-Minded Child, The Mission-Minded Family, and Teaching With God’s Heart for the World (a 1-year homeschooling curriculum, now available FREE), and co-author of The Scarlet Cord: Nothing but the Blood of Jesus. Collectively, the Dunagans and their family have traveled and ministered in over 70 nations and on all 7 continents. With a passion for the Lord and the lost, Ann motivates families for world missions.
Jenny Ervin is an ordinary mom with an extraordinary God. Following a beautiful courtship, she has been married to her best friend for over 16 years. Jenny homeschools her 7 children (ages 14-10 mo). This means everything from teaching basic phonics, to assisting her oldest through CollegePlus! When she is not teaching, playing with her children, or changing diapers, she loves to sing, write, blog and clean…yes, clean. As a recovering OCD perfectionist and “neat freak” she still has unmatched socks, messy closets and is allergic to mornings. Jenny is also the author of the ebook Embracing the Mess. Come and be refreshed, blessed and challenged in your high calling as a wife and mother over at A Mother’s Heritage. You may also follow her on Facebook, or Twitter.
Marci Ferrell is a lover of the Lord Jesus Christ, married to her sweetheart Doug for over 25 years, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and caregiver. She is here by God’s grace and overwhelmed by His kindness in redeeming her as His daughter. Loving her husband, children and granddaughter, reading, home keeping, cooking, feeding lots of people and making lists are some of her favorite pastimes. She is a monthly contributor at Visionary Womanhood and an Independent Consultant with Blessings Unlimited and Lilla Rose Hair Jewelry. You can find her at Thankful Homemaker, where she shares about her walk with the Lord, her passion for biblical womanhood and living all of life for the glory of God. She would love to have you visit her on Facebook or Twitter.
June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother of eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of the popular blog, Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBook, True Christian Motherhood. She is the owner of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products Together with her husband and dear friends, they are planting a church in the Midwest called New Hope Christian Fellowship. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter.
to encourage moms through her blog, A Delightful Home.
Stacy is somewhat obsessed with making almost anything from scratch and has a special love for homemade body care and herbal remedies. Her first ebook, Simple Scrubs to Make and Give, is evidence of said obsession.
She is thankful for grace and hopes to live a life that pleases the Lord
(although she still has a lot to learn and falls down daily).
Natalie Klejwa is a child of the King, wife of 20 years to Joe, and mother to 9 children ages 0-18. Passionately believing in the sovereignty of God and the sufficiency of Scripture for all of life, she has rejected the Wemmick culture box and prefers the ancient paths found in the Word of God. Natalie taught high school English when she was single and has been discipling women for 25 years through full time campus ministry, personal mentoring, writing, and Bible studies. More recently, she created Apple Valley Natural Soap, which gives her children an opportunity to earn money at home and expand their own entrepreneurial endeavors. She is also the founder of Visionary Womanhood Gatherings in the Twin Cities area, the administrator of the Visionary Womanhood blog, and author of Visionary Womanhood Gatherings: A Family Strengthening Mentorship Tool for Women and Maidens. You can hear her radio interview with Kevin Swanson on Generations with Vision.
Stephanie Langford revels in the daily privilege of being a daughter of the King, sharing life with her husband, raising and homeschooling her four children, and caring for her home. She is a passionate and encouraging voice to women who desire to be “keepers of their homes”, maintaining homemaking as a high calling, while teaching on the topics of nutrition, natural homemaking, “greener” lifestyle choices, and frugal, simple living… but from a distinctively Christian worldview, doing her best to infuse these popular topics with the grace, good news and hope of Christ. Over four years ago, she launched her blog Keeper of the Home as one of the first bloggers to speak to mothers and homemakers from both a Christian AND a natural living perspective. She is a regular writer for high profile blogs such as MoneySavingMom.com and SimpleOrganic.net (part of SimpleLivingMedia.com). In 2011, she spoke at The Relevant Conference for women bloggers and also travelled to the Philippines with Compassion International as an advocate for releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name. She has written 3 books, Healthy Homemaking, Real Food on a Real Budget and Plan It, Don’t Panic, which are available on her website.
Richele McFarlin is a homeschooling mom to four children who writes and speaks on educating children and curriculum choices. She is the publisher of Growing Lilies which offers educational materials for elementary students. In addition, she is the co-founder of Christian Graces, which focuses on instilling godly character in children through seminars, tea parties and educational materials. You can find her blogging at Under the Golden Apple Tree. It is her corner of the world to discuss homeschooling adventures, arts and crafts, family, and faith. She would love to see you join her on Facebook.
Jennifer Ross is a child of our Almighty Lord and the wife of one very visionary man, and together are the parents of soon to be 12 children. She loves, LOVES homemaking, encouraging others in Biblical womanhood and is a firm believer in what the Bible calls a “keeper at home.” She believes in it so much she created, with her family, “Homemaking 101,” a film for Christian wives and mothers. She is the author of the eBook, “Encouraging Challenges: The Month after 31 Days to Clean,” which is a supplement to Sarah Mae’s 31 Days to Clean. She and her husband own and operate Family Vision Films, a webstore that offers the very best in Christian films. , but her “internet home” is www.RenewingHousewives.com where she literally writes what’s on her heart in hopes of encouraging, motivating, and inspiring other daughters of the King.
Heidi St. John has been married to her husband, Jay, since 1989. They have seven children ages 1 to 20 and have homeschooled all the way through high school. A favorite conference speaker, Heidi approaches homeschooling with humor and grace at events all across North America. Her passion to encourage homeschool moms and set them free to be who God has created them to be will bless and encourage you. She is the author of The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Romance: Nurturing Your Marriage Through the Homeschool Years, The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Daylight, and Words Along the Way, a companion journal that was released in February of 2012. Join her at The Busy Homeschool Mom for encouragement, wisdom, and a dose of humor.