Well, it’s that time of the week again…. Fun Friday Freebie! I am so thankful for all the people that have offered to participate so that you, our readers, could be blessed!! Today is no exception! Kathy Brodock over at Teaching Good Things is offering ALL our readers a free download! If you haven’t met Kathy and her family yet, let me tell you a little bit about them!
Kathy is the mother of four blessings. I have especially enjoyed reading the blog of her oldest daughter, Olivia, as she serves as a governess to a young girl who’s mother passed away from cancer. You can learn more about the Brodock family and their ministry by visiting HERE.
Beth-Joy, my 15 year old daughter, first showed me the Brodock’s site, Teaching Good Things, when she was looking for creative skills to use in the home. Many times we have had discussion of how there is so much out there for girls but not so much for the mighty young men we are bringing up, here in the Wood household. My Joe has even talked with other men in the Church and pondered himself about how we can teach these young men the manly skills that are an asset to character and their future to hold. Well, no disappointment over at, Teaching Good Things! There’s even a page filled full of ‘manly skills’! Go take a look and visit awhile. I am sure you’ll be blessed by the sharing and the abundant resources available for you as you teach good things to your young ladies and men in the home!
Oh.. yes! I was going to tell you about the FREE and FUN Friday gift that the Brodock family is offering all the Moments with M.O.M. readers so without future delay here it is!
Get your FREE E-book, What to do when your daughter HATES being in the Kitchen.
This practical and condensed ten page resource touches on not only on the practical tasks but the spiritual duties alike. Offering mothers tips spiritually and practically as well as a glimpse into how the Brodock ladies (mothers/daughters) have worked together!
This link will only be available as “free” until Dec. 31st so you have some time to get over there but I would encourage you not to put it off! I know that sometimes I put things off and think I’ll come back to them only to realize I didn’t remember until it was too late! Make sure you leave her a reply thanking her for me.. that would mean a great deal to me that my readers could show others they are the most gracious of people!
Have a wonderful weekend dear friends and enjoy your FUN FRIDAY FREEBIE!
With much love,
Mrs. Joseph Wood