If you are anything like me, then you know the challenge in daily life to intentionally enjoy your children while not neglecting your household chores and accomplishing everything on your good old to-do list.

Figuring Out Chores, Responsibilities, Organization and Routines can be a trick… here is some valuable wisdom from Eternal Encouragement and Lorrie Flem.

I was so blessed to review this product in excnage for a review and we have awesome surprise… if you leave a comment with your email address on this post, you will be entered into a contest to receive this same “Chores Bundle” package.

Here is are the Contents in the Chores Bundle: there is something for every mom- for those who want to purchase it the link is:    Eternal Encouragement Chore Bundle

Mini Books:

Many Hands Make Light Work

Neat & Tidy ~ Tips for what kinds of chores to give different aged children

Turn House into Fun & Games ~ self explanatory

Teaching Your Kids How to Clean the Kitchen

Teaching Your Kids How to Clean the Bathroom

Keep it Clean & Toxic Free (basic household products that can be used for cleaning)

DIY Cleaning Supplies (Recipes for homemade soups, etc)

“God Blesses this House, but He Doesn’t Organize It” (Audio by Lorrie Flem)

“God Blesses this House, but He Doesn’t Clean It” (Audio by Lorrie Flem)

“Cheerful Children and Challenging Chores” Audio by Lorrie Flem)

“12 Super Simple Time‐Saving Tips” (Audio by Lorrie Flem)
De‐stress your day by eliminating wasted time! Mrs. Lorrie Flem of Eternal Encouragement
Magazine shares 12 truths from Matthew 6:33.


I am so excited to share this contest with you!  This is a little nugget from the bundle:

Love in the Home

by Lorrie Flem

“If I live in a house of spotless beauty with everything in its place,
But have not love, I am a housekeeper—not a homemaker.

If I have time for waxing, polishing, and decorative achievements,But have not love, My children learn cleanliness—not godliness.
Love leaves the dust in search of a child’s laugh.  Love smiles at the tiny fingerprints on a newly cleaned window. Love wipes away the tears before it wipes up the spilled milk. Love picks up the child before it picks up the toys.

Love is present through the trials. Love reprimands, reproves, and is responsive. Love crawls with the baby, walks with the toddler, runs with the child, Then stands aside to let the youth walk into adulthood. Love is the key that opens salvation’s message to a child’s heart.

Before I became a mother I took glory in my house of perfection. Now I glory in God’s perfection of my child.
As a mother, there is much I must teach my child,
But the greatest of all is love.”

Here is the thing:  the contest is for today only… so share away and leave a comment and get put into the contest!


In Him,