The Christian Home e-Magazine

Welcome to the 30th edition of The Christian Home, a weekly Blog Magazine posted every Monday morning. Each article was submitted by various Christian Blog Authors. I am grateful for their participation. I hope you enjoy visiting them, reading their work and spending some time getting to know them at their own blogs.  If you would like to write for us, please see the instructions at the end of this edition. For your enjoyment, there is a selection of music at the end of this issue. Please feel welcome to play the song while reading this magazine. Blessings, Mrs. White

For the upcoming weeks –

We are working on our Magazine Graphics – for this week – I give you photos from this month – From My Christian Home.


Featured ColumnistHeather at Marine Corps Nomads, will be back with us again next week.

Design and Decorate
Featured Columnist
Deanna at Home Haven Ministry will be with us again next week.

Gardening and Flowers

Featured ColumnistBriana presents Working Fallow Land into My Garden Crop Rotation and Building New Garden Beds posted at I Can’t Decide.

Home Business
Featured ColumnistKathy Brodock presents Building a Family Economy – Pray posted at Teaching Good Things.

Modest Fashion
People. Time to look pretty. Stand tall!

[I am looking for a columnist for this section.]


Featured Columnist
Angie Wright is so glad to host this week with Edition # 30 at Petra School .



Featured Columnist – Julie Coney at A Teaching Heart presents But Moooooom It’s Not Fair!

Movies and Music


Featured ColumnistLaura O in AK presents Rio for Light Family Fun posted at Day By Day in Our World.

The Godly Home


Featured ColumnistMolly presents Time Machine posted at, will be back with us again next week.

Young Adults


[I am looking for a columnist for this section. It must be a young adult who is an established blogger.]

Gentle Humor

I had to try and help get the SUP back on the dock too.

Featured Columnist April E. at ElCloud Homeschool: Busy Minds, Busy Hands, Busy Feet, will be back with us again next week.

Health and Fitness Check-in


Featured ColumnistAnnie Kate presents Fit Mommy Check-In at Tea Time with Annie Kate .



Featured Columnist – Kristen Hamilton at A Day in the Life will be with us again next week.

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.

For your musical Selection this week – I’ll share with you the composer we are sharing – It is a leap from what you  might think as classical – but from a great composer – the inventor of Rag Time music – and the Composer Study of our Week –

It has been a joy to bring you The Christian Home this week – Blessings to your Home – Angie Wright – aka Pebblekeeper

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14 Responses to The Christian Home e-Magazine

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  2. Briana says:

    Thanks for hosting!

    My thoughts are with you this week.

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  4. I love the photos, too. I’ve linked up and look forward to reading the other columns this week..

  5. ~julie ~ says:

    Thanks for hosting! I love the pictures! All linked up 🙂

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  12. Briana says:

    Hey! Thanks for hosting!

  13. April E. says:

    Thanks for hosting this!! 🙂

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