Merger of JosiahProject and BirthDynamics with Vaughnshire

If it seems like there is a bunch more content on the Blog today, it’s not because we were extremely prolific over night. I managed to import the content from josiahproject.com and birthdynamics.com today.
So now we are officially, one big happy; technology savvy, cow-milking, credobaptist, pig slopping, southern, home schooling, evangelical, local economy building, faith confessing, egg collecting, pro-life, reformed, community focused, pastured beef raising, quiverfull, agrarian, Tennessee, family blog.  If any of these things interest you stick around you’re bound to find something you’ll enjoy.
If you’re not familiar with Josiahproject or Birthdynamics, we hope you enjoy the new content. If you have links to either of these sites, they will continue to work for another 30 days until we remove the content. The best bet would be to update the links to the content’s new home on Vaughnshire as soon as possible.
If you see any strange rendering of the articles or graphics, please make a comment here and let me know. WordPress is good technology, but it’s only technology so I’m sure there will be some things that need to be tweaked. 🙂

8 Comments

  • Sally says:

    Sometimes when you click on the comments (like with the post above about listening to teaching tapes while waiting fro breakfast…), it instead takes you to another post – the one above took me to the post about Micheal W. Smith
    I’ve noticed this a few times on the site 🙂

  • Sally says:

    and of course, by “fro” I meant “for”…lol…sorry…

  • PaulTN says:

    Yea, that’s a “feature” Beth didn’t like much. When ever you link to another post, it prints an excerpt from that post in the comments to show the relationship. It’s called a pingback, which is cool in concept especially across different blogs, but it get a little annoying within the same blog. But it does show the references where that “topic” is being discussed in other posts, so its kind of useful. 🙂

  • Sarah says:

    y’all are quiverfull? Like as in the original definition established on quiverfull.com?
    “The QuiverFull! Digest is an Internet email discussion forum for Christian couples who eagerly accept their children as blessings from God and eschew birth control, natural family planning and sterilization.”

  • PaulTN says:

    We are the same as we ever were…even when we were the moderators of The Quiverfull Digest. 🙂 We understand the Bible says children are a blessing and do our best to order our life by that principle. (Blessed is the man who’s quiver is full..The fruit of the womb is a reward!)
    This is a challenging proposition in our culture, but it is the starting place for everything we are doing with our life. From leaving the corporate rat race to pursue being a daddy, to starting a family integrated church, to moving to the farm to disciple and train our children. It starts and ends with the sufficiency and supremacy of scriptures as the guide for our lives specifically in regards to children which is the natural result of a Godly marriage.
    Here are a couple great links that really go to the heart of the idea of being “quiverfull” as we embrace it.
    Listen to this short podcast:
    http://www.gracefamilybaptist.net/Podcast/4B50BCF2-09AF-4153-A8A1-57D434FD5558.html
    Or read this powerful article that was just posted today:
    http://www.ladiesagainstfeminism.com/artman/publish/Hot_Button_Issues_21/You_go_Girls_-_Fill_that_Quiver1002879.shtml

  • Sarah says:

    I only asked b/c I thought y’all were trying to space out the children a tad more and that goes directly against the definition established on the website. So does that make y’all 75% quiverfull?

  • PaulTN says:

    I forgot about this one with all the other excitement going on…
    I think what this makes us is a family trying to “do our best to order our life by that principle”. It makes us Christians working out our salvation with fear and trembling before the Lord.
    Praying for some space between births for the express purpose of having a healthy mommy to have more children, is not exactly rejecting the notion that children are a blessing. That is the key principle, not how many children you have, but the heart’s desire towards having children.

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