|Overcoming clutter and chaos||Vol. 41, Prg. 21–25|
November 25–29, 2002
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This week's guest:
Mark and Christine Field were married in 1986 and had the typical dual-career marriage. After practicing law for eight years, Christine left the work force in 1991 to raise the children full time. God has blessed them with four children thus far: three girls and one boy. Three were adopted and one is biological. They live and home school in Wheaton, Illinois, where Mark serves as Chief of Police.
Resources & Information:
- Christine Field's website, providing, "Encouragement and support for all things related to the home."
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