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Silent to do lists, Pinterest meal pressure, self-care standards, religious pressures, we are surrounded by so many voices putting external pressures on us. The unfinished baseboards, the 400 recipes in your Pinterests food boards, the weights in the corner of your room, the unused gym membership. What if part of a restored life was learning to ide…
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Whenever I read a book by Elizabeth Goudge, I am transported into a world of everyday heroines and heroes that inspire me to live with a little more beauty and graciousness in my everyday life. Episode 84 with Elsie Iudicello has the same effect. The wisdom and tender authority she carries, the way she talks about her marriage and husband, the grac…
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Submission has become a polarising word. For those of us who were raised under hyper-religious structures in the 80s and 90s, submission was framed in medieval terms. For some, it's one of those things in the Bible, that we simply lay aside as archaic, along with the commandment for women to go outside of the city whilst on their period. For others…
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Instagram has filled us with images of beautiful homes, and it's such a joy to look at these to be inspired, but at the end of the day, "what do you want children to remember about life in your home"? Is a perfect Instagram house going to build the memories you wnat your children to remember about their youth? Myquillyn Smith author of The Nesting …
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Angie Tolpin founder of Courageous Parenting, alongside her husband Isaac, joins Jennifer for an incredible conversation between veteran parents about their learning process, the joy of parenting, the sanctification process, the illusion of perfection, and what our real mission is as parents. For parents at any stage of their parenting journey, thi…
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Do you ever wish you could dig deep into theology while also folding laundry, doing dishes, running errands and living generally? Phylicia Masonheimer, author of Every Woman a Theologian, does a beautiful job breaking down the theology of prayer for busy moms. Jennifer and Phylicia cover the different types of prayer, the role of the Psalms in how …
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Morning time is a huge part of the rhythm of the Peaceful Press. It's a daily time set aside each morning to connect as a family, read great literature, but most importantly it's the time where we pray and connect with God as a community and the body of Christ. But how do we do that, what does it look like? Jennifer has been doing morning time with…
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Christie Purifoy author of the Seedtime and Harvest joins Jennifer Pepito for an inspiring conversation on what gardening can teach us about parenting and our prayer life. What does parenting and gardening have in common? So much! Episode sponsored by the Peaceful Press! Pre-order Jennifer's new book Habits for a Sacred Home and get access to exclu…
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“For prayer is nothing else than being on terms of friendship with God.” – Teresa of Ávila Welcome to episode 77. Jennifer and Emelie come together to talk about prayer. Prayer is a habit essential to our walk as mothers. We are entrusted with the care of souls, and how can we do that without constant communion with God? Not only that, but our Chri…
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Lyndsey Mimnagh, founder of the Treehouse Schoolhouse, joins Jennifer Pepito in episode 76 for an in-depth look into doing busy well, the cost of community, as well as the benefit and so much more. Episode sponsored by the Peaceful Press! Pre-order Jennifer's new book Habits for a Sacred Home and get access to exclusive bonuses. Starting to plan fo…
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Ruth Chou Simons the creator of Gracelaced and author of books such as GraceLaced: Discovering Timeless Truths Through Seasons of the Heart and Pilgrim joins Jennifer Pepito for Episode 75. Ruth dives deep into the many years that went into building her company, the minutes and hours stolen here and there that led to Gracelaced, and the hours of la…
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If you were dropped into an alpine meadow with a large picnic hamper full of C.S. Lewisesque fruits and foods, and your children, would you have the most delicious day of your life? Imagine this meadow has a stream, and you don't have a phone or a computer; it's you and your children in the most pristine and quiet setting imaginable. Would you have…
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Episode 73 marks the beginning of a four week segment on stewardship. Jennifer and Emelie start with the most basic stewardship, our hormones, specifically progesterone!* Progesterone is the hormone that prepares your body for pregnancy at the end of your cycle. When you have enough of it, you should feel calm and nurtured in the days running up to…
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Imagine sitting down with a cup of coffee in a quiet kitchen, with bread rising, the sunlight dancing over the walls and floor, and flowers blooming in the middle of the table. Then you settle yourself in for a conversation that is equal parts poetry and inspiration. That is exactly what episode 72 is with Michelle Garrels. It is a beautiful conver…
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Work is a necessary part of life, and it's not always going to be fun, but we can still raise children who appreciate work and find meaning in it. Welcome to episode 71! Join Jennifer and Emelie for a practical conversation about what inspires us to work, tips on raising children who enjoy work, turning new skill acquisition into play, healing from…
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This week, we are delighted to have Johnna Holmgren join us for Episode 70. She is the creator of Fox Meets Bear, a stunning and inspirational platform for creative, intentional mothers looking for a better path through motherhood. Her wisdom, her delight, and the intentionality and joy she has put into creating a beautiful home and embraced mother…
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How do you feel when you're doing the dishes, weeding in the garden, working for a paycheck, folding laundry, paying the bills, making dinner for a close friend you're excited to see, or packing for your dream trip? Do you know what these things have in common? They are work. But we have very different feelings associated with each one. Dishes, lau…
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It is such a delight to have Sarah Mackenzie on the Restoration Home Podcast. Her mission with Read-Aloud-Revival, her joy, deep thoughtfulness, and her passion for curating her home. We're so glad you're here for episode 68! It's all about how we create connection with our children, protecting them from age inappropriate media and news, creating s…
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Sally Clarkson is a dear friend and long awaited guest of the podcast. Her long years of mothering, and her pursuit of sacred living for mind, body and spirit, has made her an enduring motherhood figure. In episode 67, she joins Jennifer to talk about planting a flag in the ground of your heart that says: from this point forward, I will no longer l…
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Have you ever tried a therapist or counsellor and walked away feeling more empty, anxious or simply that things are not improving? In the process of creating a restoration home, do you feel alone, or like you are bearing the weight of it? Do you feel like you are swinging wildly between parenting styles as you try your hardest day after day to give…
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It's the beginning of 2024, and we are opening The Restoration Home Community. We are so excited for this next year of habit building and community. "Why" you might ask. Well, habits, community, looking your children in the eye, a few more family dinners is about more than a nicer life or happier children, a cleaner house, more time to exercise. Th…
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How can the principles of a Charlotte Mason education help you love God and create an elevated wholesome family? Charlotte Mason wrote of education, "We allow no separation to grow up between the intellectual and 'spiritual' life of children...". The unity between a child's spiritual growth and their intellectual development has led Jennifer, over …
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With 2023 drawing to a close and 2024 beginning, there are things we can do to process, grieve, celebrate the past year, so we can approach the new year with hope, vision, and excitement. Jennifer and Emelie come together in Episode 63 to share how they process the past year, and plan for the next year. This episode covers personal stories and idea…
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Is technology a tool or a toy, good or bad? What role does the arts play in technology? Can technology play a part in restoring homes? Ryan Collins, president of Bethel Tech, joins Jennifer in Episode 62 to answer these questions and so much more. There is a place for connection over video games, and the arts are the bedrock to a career in technolo…
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One of the values of restoration is creativity. Architecture is creativity, making a budget go farther than you thought is creativity, cooking a beautiful meal, scheduling your day so you have time for what is important to you, and so much more require creative actions. At the root of creativity is "create", which means "to make or bring into exist…
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I was recently in San Francisco, and I drove from the airport to Poplar Beach in Half Moon Bay. The change as I moved closer to the ocean, the expanses of green, the hills, the empty space, I could feel myself starting to breathe again. You might not be fortunate enough to live in an area where you can walk barefoot on the beach in December, but no…
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Welcome to Episode 58! Jennifer Pepito talks with Audrey Roloff about nurturing marriage and living with vision. They chat about the power of marriage mentors, a written vision, and letters to encourage your spouse. We loved learning about nurturing a marriage in this episode. Episode sponsored by the Peaceful Press! Check out the Christmas Guide V…
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Welcome to Episode 57! Jennifer Pepito and Emelie Pepito answer questions from our Peaceful Press and Restoration Home Community. They covers ideas for beginner homemakers, applying the Charlotte Mason Education to a stress free holiday season, and much more. We loved your questions and the conversation they inspired in this episode. Episode sponso…
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As deep cold and long nights approach, the painted turtle burrows deep, stills its breathing, and disappears into quietude for 6 months. It was the story of the Painted Turtle's waiting period that first inspired Gayle Boss to create the All Creation Waits book that inspired the Peaceful Press's Unearthing Wonder Advent Guide. Now we welcome Gayle …
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In this episode, Jennifer Pepito and Emelie Pepito have a mother-daughter conversation about parenting. As a family, Scott and Jennifer practiced and researched many parenting approaches across 30 years and 7 children. While the parenting methods may have changed, their love for their children, and their intentionality were steadfast. Episode 55 is…
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Cameras clicking, children laughing, turkey roasting, presents yet to be wrapped, quietude of "silent night, holy night". The holidays are a magical moment of our year, where we set aside time and energy to celebrate, remember, enjoy, and connect with family and friends. Yet in all that beauty, it's often a time when stress, past hurt, present pain…
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Abbie Halberstadt is the author of M is for Mama and Hard is Not the Same as Bad joins Jennifer Pepito for a timely conversation about "hard": hard family relations, hard pasts, hard parenting days, and doing "hard" in a culture that wants easy. Often we are looking for ways to minimise or fix our life, so that it's simple, organised, smooth, life …
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Autumn colours are coming into their full beauty, and we're getting close to the Holiday Season! So, join Jennifer Pepito for a beautiful work along on how to plan and enjoy the Holiday Season in a way that brings restoration, peace, and pure joy. In Ep. 52, Jennifer leads you through her Holiday Planner to create a simple, and enjoyable game plan …
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Living with purpose isn't easy, but when we make a decision to live a vision and go after it whole heartedly, we create a legacy. Join Jennifer and Mary Heffernan author of The Hands On Ranch Book as they talk about Mary and Brian's vision and dedication to building Five Mary’s Farm with their four daughters. The podcast covers the ins and outs of …
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Meltdowns around the Christmas tree or heart melting home scenes? Christmas carolling, and a long winter evening with your family, or shuttling, and bustling from place to place? Why do we celebrate, what do we celebrate, how do we celebrate? When God gave the Israelites feasts, He gave them whys and hows. As a family, Jennifer and Scott Pepito spe…
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Failure can breed in us a deep despondency, disappointment, and become a breeding ground for lies about our identity, the goodness of God, our authority, and the possibility for us to try again to achieve a seemingly impossible dream. But God. Be brave, be bold, and be humble. Rachel G. Scott, author and podcaster, joins Jennifer Pepito for a beaut…
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What makes great literature? Is Harry Potter great literature? What about Farenheit 451? Why are we at Restoration Home and The Peaceful Press so passionate about living stories, and how with all of these stories do we know what output to look for that assures us our child is learning?? Have you ever asked any of these questions? In Episode 48, joi…
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Celebrations and traditions are ways we connect and remember the goodness of God in our lives. For all of time, cultures have built feasts and parties around significant events. As Christians, many of us find profound enjoyment and beauty in celebrations like Easter and Christmas as we remember Christ’s birth, death, and resurrection. And then we h…
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With school starting, we start to see more and more queries at the Peaceful Press about how much is enough. Enthusiastic moms and concerned moms want to be sure they are doing the utmost for their child's future well-being and education. In Episode 46 we have Durenda Wilson of the Durenda Wilson Podcast join Jennifer Pepito to talk about manage hom…
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Welcome to Episode 45! Crystal Paine of the Money Saving Mom joins Jennifer Pepito to talk about creating a peaceful home. Drawing from her most recent book, Crystal walks us through her personal four P's: prayer, priorities, planning and prepping. It's a beautiful episode that continues our theme of self, home, and life management as we continue t…
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Welcome to Episode 44, a new series on Managing the many aspects of becoming a restoration family. Jennifer and Emelie talk about the importance of managing our emotions and not burdening our children with big emotions. Many of you felt like you had to parent your parents, but you can stop the cycle. It’s okay to process out loud, but always leave …
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Welcome to Episode 43. Jennifer Pepito and good friend Rachel Kovac have an engaging and light conversation about the joy and ease of experimenting and creating family rhythm. Rachel brings a beautiful perspective on the opportunities provided by homeschooling and the fun of figuring out a family rhythm. We can experiment, mix it up, find what brin…
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In our family, Emelie's journey with anorexia was the first indicator that having a Family Rule did not create a 1+1=2 journey. In some seasons, your family rules, and the boundaries and stability we put into place to foster godly, joy filled children will look like it's failing. But is the family rule failing, or is God too good to allow "goodness…
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Have you ever wondered what makes a great family? We have too. It's easy to wonder who has the secret, or what formula produces a happy, holy family. But maybe it isn't like that, maybe parenting is many paths to creating connected families. Maybe it's simple. Join Jennifer and Ginny Yurich of the podcast and movement 1000 Hours Outside for an incr…
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Do you ever have golden dreams for how your homeschool day will go, but feel like you're constantly ending it weary and disappointed in another day that was overwhelming, chaotic, too full, or simply lacked any sort of order? If you can resonate with any of that, then episode 40 is perfect for you. Jennifer takes you through planning a daily rhythm…
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Building a rule of life is about the practical culmination of the last 10 months into a vision board for how to take what you're learning, and make it your own. A huge part of the ongoing struggle we face in doing so is comparison and becoming sidetracked by other people's "spaces". Or maybe you're building a family vision and you're not being side…
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For the last 9 months of the Restoration Home Podcast, we have explored the disciplines of hospitality, order, prayer, stability and much more. We have loved having these conversations and understanding the way embracing them through enjoyment of God rather than religion can encourage restoration in our lives, our families and into our community. B…
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Whether your child is 3, 5, 9, 13 or 17, you are probably already confronted with, "But Sally gets to stay up late, eat this, do that, go here, fill in the blank." And I'm sure your response has ranged across permissive, mature, and full on authoritarian as you wage the war of parenthood against the world to raise children whose young and growing m…
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Two episodes ago, Jennifer and Emelie talked about how Order has become something often associated with control. Control often comes from a broken place, as we try to make our world and environment safe, familiar, and unchanging. Or if our parents were orderly, bordering on control, we shy away from order because it felt like manipulation and fear.…
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Join Jennifer and Mary DeMuth author of Love, Pray Listen, as they talk about how our internal order has more to do with our children's order than our ability to manage well or enforce outward order. This grows with a willingness to pursue our identity in Christ and let him be our all in all, so that when the day comes, and our children leave the n…
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