People from all over the country and around the globe await the arrival of each issue to see what is new, and what they might find helpful. Over 16,000 subscribers receive the Keepers at Home Magazine. Although it is a Mennonite publication geared to the Mennonite and Amish communities, the publication is enjoyed by people of all faiths and beliefs, as it focuses on the spiritual needs of everyone and not any particular religious beliefs. The magazine provides guidance for a simpler back to basics lifestyle.
Started in 1993, Keepers at Home had a mission to encourage Christian mothers in their God-given calling of being mothers and homemakers. Over 16,000 and growing readers across the world are blessed and encouraged with homemaking articles, recipes, gardening, topics, homemade creations, and spiritual nourishment, all written by the readers and editors.
The magazine comes to your home four times a year packed with how-to and ideas that help you in your role as a wife and mother. With each issue, you get much-needed practical and spiritual encouragement from women just like yourself who know the joys and trials of motherhood.
Regular features include: Child’s View (amusing perspectives from readers’ children) From our house to Yours and Across My Kitchen Table (editor-mothers share their personal lives), My End of the Hoe (garden editor writes on gardening), Gracia’s Garden (how-to on herbs), Care to Share (readers’ questions-readers responses), Recipes (centerfold tear-out of reader’s recipes on a specific food category).
Cottage Craft Works also has various cookbooks with recipes from readers of Keepers at Home magazine. Be sure to check out all of our cookbooks.
One reader writes, although this is a Mennonite publication, I am a Baptist stay at home Mom and I really enjoy it. There are articles on herbal remedies, recipes, frugal living, marriage, adoption, special needs, and child training, more. They have a column where readers can write in and ask questions to be answered by other readers. An excellent magazine!
Others readers note;
“It’s wonderful-such an encouragement. It really addresses the issues that mean a lot to me! God bless you!
- Karen. WA
“I love Keepers at Home exactly the way it is and wouldn't want to change anything, except having it come every week.” “The inspiring articles are written by Miriam, Mary K., and Gramma Lois are actually read first. I also love the “Care to Share’ section”
“I love your magazine! It is an inspiration to me that many in this world desire the simple things in life to be fulfilled.”
You can receive the following;
1 Year Subscription (4 issues) $14 ($24 for an address outside the USA)
2 Year Subscription (8 issues) $26 ($46 for an address outside the USA)
Note: The price begins with a 1 Year USA address subscription of $14, the drop down boxes incrementally adds to the $14 based on the selection made.
Please be sure to select the correct subscription option below before checking out.
Don't use credit cards or order online? No problem you can use our print order form and just send us a check for any of our products. Please make the checks payable to Cottage Craft Works. Keepers at Home doesn't have extra shipping cost but if you're ordering a book or another product just click on the shipping calculator in the blue box at the top of each product page, enter your zip code and add the shipping cost.
Texas residents will need to add 6.25% Sales Tax. Print Order Form Click Here
We do have customers who have just missed the KAH cycle and would like to receive the current issue or a certain back issue(s). Back issues are $7 each. You may select this option at the bottom of the page to receive up to 3 back issues. Please leave us the issue(s) or issues needed in the message box upon checkout.
Note: For International customers the back issues can no longer be sent free. Back issues for International customers is $10.
Your first magazine should arrive within 12-16 weeks based on the cycle below
Spring issue is mailed at the end of February
Summer issue is mailed at the end of May
Fall issue is mailed at the end of August
Winter issue is mailed at the end of November
Please Note: Orders to International destinations tend to take up to an additional two weeks to arrive. Customers should expect their issue to arrive during the middle or third week of the following month.
Give a subscription as a gift; just note the address or addresses you want to send it to in the comment section upon checkout.
Be sure to check out the new Guiding the House, by Diana Overholt. Diana contributes a regular column on different homemaker information in the Keepers at Home Magazine.
Her experiences of a homemaker have provided a wealth of knowledge and tips to Keepers at Home readers from around the world. Guiding the House is a spiral bound homemaker organizer. To read more and purchase a copy Click Here
Ladies don't forget about the hunting and fisherman in your family. If you enjoy Keepers at Home Magazine they will also enjoy the Amish/ Mennonite published Hunter's Journal Magazine. It features 8 issues of hunting and fishing stories from the early 1900s. Click Here for more information.