Multilevel marketing companies (also known as MLMs) have a bad rap. Some of it is deserved, and some of it isn’t. MLMs are often labeled as “pyramid schemes,” but that’s not true. The difference is that pyramid schemes are illegal because they offer no product. With MLMs, a product or service is the basis for the business. Truthfully, if you have a go-getter personality, and … Continue reading Make Money From Home: Guide to Joining Multilevel Marketing Company
[Editor’s note: Feminism has done much to destabilize the home. The example of the Proverbs 31 woman with her business and market savvy are a stabilizing force for home and family life. ] For many of our forebears, home wasn’t just a place to live — it was a center of commerce. Whether by running a cottage industry or a family farm, our ancestors earned a living … Continue reading Crown Financial: Making Money From Home
How should we judge the health of a culture? How do we bring together, in a healthy way, young men and young women, so that they will learn how to forbear with the shortcomings and be grateful for the virtues of the other sex; so that they marry and then have children, raising them in the haven of a home that will be “home” even for their … Continue reading How Do We Identify A Healthy Culture?
[Editor’s Note: Article contains a curse word but more dangerously is the promotion of federal subsidizing of private industry as a solution to this potential crippling legislation. Private industry can educate the population better than the state. Subsidies will only bring regulation natural soap makers do not want. Fighting fascism with socialism won’t work either. What will lower the price of products available in the market place is a truly free enterprise system. Proverbs 31 entrepreneurs need to understand economics, small business, tax-strategies, free markets if they are going to protect their homes and better yet cause their households to flourish.]
Law makers want FDA to crack down on soap makers.
People who are trying to do good for their families and the planet by living a simple life based on traditional skills are facing yet another assault. Artisanal soap makers say new regulations, proposed by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) and Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine), will put them out of business. Many soap makers are rural “kitchen table” operations that rely on the income to fund their simple living lifestyle. Some use milk from goats they raise and ingredients they harvest from the land. Continue reading “We Need to Wash Our Hands of Feminist Fascism”
Brandi Temple was a stay-at-home mother of four in Lexington, North Carolina, with a sewing machine that was collecting dust when she turned her talent into a $10 million clothing line. “My husband bought it for me for Mother’s Day and it was a joke because he said, ‘Are you ever going to use it,’” Temple told ABC News of the sewing machine. Temple dusted … Continue reading How a North Carolina Mom Turned Lolly Wolly Doodle Into a $10M Clothing Empire
Springtime is a wonderful time; exhibiting life in many ways. Bulbs awake from their winter slumber and breakthrough in the most lovely and hopeful way. Neighbors begin showing up out-of-doors taking walks, biking, and gardening. Gorillas in tu–tus and highly animated Statues of Liberty wave signs on many-a-corner, advertising that it’s that time of year again. “It’s tax time, and we can offer you a deal while helping you file your taxes. We’re reputable of course. Our professionalism is packaged in a tu-tu.” Ah, yes, spring is here!
In honor of fast approaching tax day, I thought I’d share one of my favorite books. I’ve experienced first hand the benefits of Sanford Botkin’s tax strategies in more than a few home-based businesses. Sanford Botkin, CPA, Esp. used to work the IRS teaching auditors how to audit you until he founded Tax Reduction Institute over a decade ago. As the story goes, he did his father’s taxes one year and saved him a significant amount of money and his father was able to go on a dream vacation, his first vacation in many, many years. That insight led Botkin to teach how small and home-based business owners could do the same and more. Continue reading “Home Based Business vs. Working Outside the Home”
I’ve had this thought in my head for a while now. I’ve been thinking that I can’t afford for my wife to be a Stay-At-Home Mom. Now, I don’t at all mean to offend anyone with this post. I just have to say that for me personally, I can’t afford it. I’d like to explain exactly what I mean by that so that no one … Continue reading What a Wife is Worth in Dollars and Cents
Editor’s note: The loss of freedoms means restrictions and penalties in many areas. Hobby Lobby’s fight against Obama care. The government control of business is crippling our country. This explains Dolce and Gabbana’s interest in fighting for the preservation of marriage as defined by God. Also, there is grace for those redeemed in Christ who abused alcohol and there is grace for those who suffer … Continue reading Mainwaring: Gay ‘marriage’ is really about incremental totalitarianism
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By Ron Kirk at Chalcedon.edu As our virtuous wife works, “she perceives and considers.” In other words, she applies intelligence to her work. Economy requires intelligence and wisdom. Intelligence and wisdom are also economic commodities, gained by economic application of one’s mind, learning one’s lessons early and well. She is generous. Webster notes that good economy does not equal parsimony or stinginess. Greediness and stinginess … Continue reading The Biblical Principles of Household Economy