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Keeper at Home Magazine
Keepers at Home Magazine began publications in 1993 with a mission to provide, nourish, and encourage stay at home mothers with informative articles and tips on maintaining a home, marriages, home budgets, raising children, providing wholesome foods, gardening, and other important information to maintain a self-sufficient lifestyle. Readers from across the country and around the world are blessed and encouraged with homemaking articles, recipes, gardening, topics, homemade creations, and spiritual nourishment, all written by the readers and editors. The readership has grown into a thirst for those looking to maintain or obtain a more back-to-basic country lifestyle, those searching spiritually for more balance in their personal lives and those who just enjoy reading and sampling ideas from the traditional country life.
Although Keepers at Home is a Mennonite publication geared toward the Mennonite and Amish communities, readers from all faiths eagerly await the arrival of Keepers at Home magazine to enjoy the articles on herbal remedies, recipes, frugal living, marriage, adoption, special needs, child training, and more. They have a column where readers can write in and ask questions to be answered by other readers. This is an excellent Christian based magazine that has gained wide popularity from people of all walks of life and various religious believes.
Keeper at Home magazine does not maintain a web site, but you can subscribe to Keepers at Home Magazine for only $14 for a one year subscription or $26 for a two year subscription at Cottage Craft Works. The subscription information is located under the Home Goods section- Faith | Hope | Family | tab. Cottage Craft Works also carries several other publications that were developed by Keepers at Home magazine readers.
Cottage Craft Works is a full line General Store providing old fashioned American made products from cottage based small businesses and Amish communities from across the United States. Cottage Craft Works provides a source for the old time American made quality products that were used and cherished for generations, which are still being manufactured today. Products to help you and your family live a more wholesome self-sufficient life style in today’s very uncertain times. Looking through the Cottage Craft Works online is store is just like picking up an early 1900s Sears and Roebuck Co. Catalog spending hours making your wish list! Our products are full of nostalgia and memories, products you grew up with and never dreamed would still be available for purchase in today’s crazy fast moving high tech and dependent vulnerable world. So take a deep breath, slow down a bit and enjoy the country life with us at http://www.cottagecraftworks.com
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