My guest this week is Lori Alexander from The Transformed Wife. If you follow Lori for encouragement, you’ve probably already skipped past this intro and are several minutes into the episode. If you haven’t heard of her before, you will be blessed again this week, assuming you’re the kind of girl that appreciates truth, and gleaning from older women.
Remember, the word “confident” is defined as having a strong belief or full assurance. Do you believe you were called to love your husband? Called to serve from within your home? That is from the LORD who called you and it is He that is our confidence and assurance.
Again, you’re listening to a conversation between me and Lori Alexander of The Transformed Wife.
Pour another cup of coffee or tea and be encouraged for the next 30 minutes. The resources mentioned in this podcast can be found below.
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This podcast covers:
- Joyfully serving as a homemaker after children grow and move out
- Nurturing your marriage
- Older, wiser women mentoring younger women
- Responding to a husband’s critical attitude
- Better ways than date nights to nurture your marriage
- Homemaking for wives with no children
Who may be most encouraged by this podcast:
- Wives, especially those under 40
- Christian homemakers of all ages
- Christian women over 50
- Those struggling in their marriage
Where to Find Lori
The Transformed Wife book. I purchased the Kindle edition of this book and have read 80% so far. The negative reviews on Amazon are unfounded and often complete lies about what Lori has actually written. Her advice is Biblical, yet not at all popular.
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Did you see her post about her son force-feeding her baby granddaughter to show her who was boss? Lori approved of this. She also has written on her blog that striking a baby is OK (she called it “twigging”–meaning hitting with a twig). She also flicked her newborns’s face with her fingers when they accidentally bit her while breastfeeding.
Is this who you want your blog to be associated with? Readers may think you believe in these things.
Jane, honestly…thank you for your concern. I truly appreciate it. I haven’t read every word Lori has ever written. Of course I don’t want to be associated with “the wrong crowd.” I know her desire is to teach younger women the ways of God. What she said during the recording for the podcast has been an encouragement for women and wasn’t out of line. I am only one person who also desires to share about Biblical homemaking and womanhood. I pray the LORD would be gracious and lead me only to those He would have me interview.
Again, thank you for writing. Your concern is a blessing <3
I’m so glad I could help, and thank you for such a gracious replay. If you want to verify what I said, simply go to Lori’s old blog, Always Learning, and use the search function. Blessings to you and yours.
Diane W says
Thank you Lori and Jennifer! I enjoyed this tonight. Very encouraging.