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Christy Fitzwater is a pastor's wife who has been keeping house for over 30 years. She has two grown and married children and one grandbaby. As a writer and as women's ministry director in her church in Montana, she desires to help women know God and live big. ...more

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Christy Fitzwater I don't believe in writer's block. My creativity is a gift from the Lord, so if I'm staring at a blinking cursor, with nothing to write, I take that a…moreI don't believe in writer's block. My creativity is a gift from the Lord, so if I'm staring at a blinking cursor, with nothing to write, I take that as a time to go pray and worship and ask the Lord for ideas about what he would like me to write. My need for inspiration as a writer proves my need for Jesus to inspire me. (less)
Christy Fitzwater Learning something new and rich from God and having a pen to write it down and share it with others. Before I started writing, I used to feel like I m…moreLearning something new and rich from God and having a pen to write it down and share it with others. Before I started writing, I used to feel like I might explode if I couldn't tell someone about how amazing God is.(less)
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Hope for When Hard Things Happen to You

Hope for When Hard Things Happen to You

They asked my daughter to lie down on the gurney at the urgent care clinic and hold her two-year-old son, who was secured tightly in a papoose. But I could immediately tell that was not going to work. He was freaked out because he couldn’t see his momma, and her third-trimester belly was making for an unfit surface for a papoose.

It was one week since the boy on a push trike had toppled into th

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“Neglect is a skill of assessment. We assess the housework that needs to be done, the people who need to be cared for, and the state of our own health, and we make careful decisions about where best to put our time and energy”
Christy Fitzwater, Keeping House: A 30-Day Meditation on the Value of Housekeeping

“. . . hospitality can look different on different people . . . The way I keep house and welcome guests will always be Christy style, and that is okay.”
Christy Fitzwater, Keeping House: A 30-Day Meditation on the Value of Housekeeping

“Keeping house means opening the door to others and being generous to them, and it’s an attitude that is portable. . . Hospitality
is an ingrained attentiveness to whatever guest is under our care at the moment, whether within the walls of our home or outside of it.”
Christy Fitzwater, Keeping House: A 30-Day Meditation on the Value of Housekeeping




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