Friday, March 11, 2011

Biblical Daughterhood Interview Part 2

Hello, ladies! A couple months or so ago, I posted part 1 of an interview a dear friend, Miss Elizabeth over at Joyful Jewels 4 Jesus conducted with me. I hope you enjoyed that! Here, today, is part 2. Praying that it will be a blessing.

JJ4J: What are some books that have been encouraging to you as a daughter?

Rebekah: I love this question, because one of my very favorite things to do is read; I’m always on the lookout for more great books. It is through reading a fantastic book for daughters that the Lord showed me His will for my life as a Christian girl. I received So Much More by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin for Christmas in 2006, and it forever changed my life. Through reading it, I first became introduced to the concept of stay-at-home daughterhood and came to realize the calling on my life from the Lord. I had never realized how feministic I was in some of my thinking until I read that book. It is an absolute must read for every Christian woman. I cannot recommend it enough! Other outstanding books that have been a blessing to me include Raising Maidens of Virtue by Stacy MacDonald, The Basket of Flowers by Cristoph Von Scmhid (this is a delightful treasure from Lamplighter Publishing), and In My Father’s House: A Vision for Daughters, selected and edited by Tamara and Naomi Joy Valine. In My Father’s House is a must-read collection of essays from the 1800s on topics such as what daughters should spend their time on following graduation, what sort of things they should learn, how they can be a blessing to their families, how to prepare to be a godly wife, how to be fruitful while single, and more. It truly is a treasure! I also just received Miss Jasmine Baucham’s new book, Joyfully at Home. It, too, is proving to be a delightful encouragement.

To read the rest of the interview, go here!


  1. Hi Rebekah,

    I'm trying to get to part 2 of your interview and when I click the link it says "page not found".

  2. Hey, Ashley! Thank you so much for alerting me to the problem. It should be fixed now. I appreciate your help! :)

  3. Hello Miss Rebekah,

    Grace, from Grace's Garden Walk, sent me over here to your lovely blog. I have actually been a follower for quite some time now! I have been so encouraged by your posts, dear friend.
    I wanted to thank you for sponsoring Miss Grace's giveaway... I have been desiring to have one of your tea cozies for months now! :)
    May the Lord bless you and your sweet family!

    Your Sister In Christ,

  4. Hello Miss Rebekah! :)

    Grace from Grace's Garden Walk sent me over, and I just wanted to tell you that I love your tea cozies, and this is a lovely blog!

    In Christ,

  5. Hello, dear Miss Rebekah! (I was sent by Grace for an extra entry in the wonderful giveaway) :-)
    I just wanted to say that you are a great encouragement to me - I, too, am an 18-year-old stay-at-home daughter, and it's always nice and encouraging to find others!
    Many blessings and much love in Jesus,


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God bless you!

~Rebekah S.