The Christian Home Magazine, 115th edition

Welcome to the 115th edition of The Christian Home Magazine, a weekly Blog Magazine posted every Monday.    


Articles are submitted by various Christian Blog authors. I hope you enjoy the articles submitted for this week’s issue. Don’t forget to leave a comment here about your favorite article and give the author some comment love on their blog!    

Gardening & Flowers

Featured Columnist –Linda from Linda’s Lunacy shares a new Saturday on the Farm: The View From My Front Porch. Everything is looking lovely at her house. Check out the outdoor game pieces in the last photo of her post. I think I’ll make some for our house this year (and share about it!)

Here at Day by Day in Our World, we’re continue to share about our gardening adventures.  Check out a few tips on Organic Gardening Maintenance. 

Design and Decorate

Featured Columnist Deanna from Home Haven Ministry is changing gears and visiting the Hospitality section this week.

The Godly Home

Featured ColumnistMrs. Sarah Coller from Hope in Every Season returns with God Gives Strength in Lonely Times . She’s hitting a sore spot in my life at the moment ~ needing to remember that I need to rely on God in all things.


Featured ColumnistHeather from Marine Corps Nomads shares how to make Grain Free Coconut Flour Tortillas. We’ve done homemade torillas in our house with flour, but these look like a fantastic gluten free version.
Deanna from Home Haven Ministry shares a recipe for ‘Life Just Got A little Easier’ Crumb Cake.  This looks like a fun dish my older boys could make one night for dessert.

Modest fashion

Featured Columnist Caroline from The Modest Mom blog shares her Modest Monday and a Link Up post.  Caroline is visiting the farm in this week’s post. I love those peonys! 

Movies and Music

Featured Columnist – Laura O from Day Day in Our World is taking a break this week and will be back next week with a movie review. 

Gentle Humor

Featured Columnist Alana from Lightly Salted is taking an extended break from blogging to focus on polishing a few writing projects.   She’ll be back in July.


I am looking for a featured

columnists and/or submissions for the Finance,  Fitness, Home Business, Homekeeping, Parenting and Young Adult Columns.  The young adult columnist needs to be an established teen or young adult blogger.

Thank you so much for reading! To submit your work for consideration, or to find out more about The Christian Home magazine, just visit the about page.
As the carnival site is acting wacky,
submissions can be email directly to me at daybydayinourworld at gmail dot com or via the contact form on this blog. 
While we have featured columnists for many of the columns, any Christian author can submit for inclusion in the magazine in all of the different columns.

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A Catholic mom to four boys, Laura has been homeschooling since 2005. Currently, one son is in school while the others are at home. When not 'working', she is enjoying life up in Alaska.


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