Best work at home jobs for Christian moms

As a Christian mom myself, I think most work at home jobs the rest of the mom population can do, we can too. Outside of illicit phone call type jobs etc., as that is not something I'd do.

Here's my list:

If you have a quiet office - customer service, telemarketing for phone call positions. I had one of these for five months. It was tough with young children but it was during my husband's first lay off so he was able to keep everyone quiet.

Writing - articles, blogging, creative pieces

Virtual Assistant (basically office assistant, email management, social media manager, project management, website and graphic design - I've done most except the latter two)

Research - many business owners, medical professionals (I worked for a midwife), authors are looking for research assistants

What can you add to the list?

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8Theresa GouldChicago, Illinois
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    04/30/14
    5Tabitha
    wish I could add. I can't even get approved for an affiliate link on my blog. :/ Can't get ad sense to work either.
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    04/30/14
    8Theresa Gould
    I haven't even been approved for Ad sense. Keep trying with the affiliate links.
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      04/30/14
      Recruiter is a great work from home job.
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      04/30/14
      5Tabitha
      .. I keep trying elance and apparently I don't have the skills people are looking for. It's getting a little frustrating.
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        05/01/14
        5Tabitha
        My husband has good luck with survey sites. The surveys can be a pain, but there are companies that pay good. Global Test Market is one.
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        05/02/14
        8Theresa Gould
        I've never had much luck with survey sites. Glad your husband has!
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        05/04/14
        5Tabitha
        Me either.. Opinion Outpost he got enough for $10 in paypal and was paid as soon as he requested it.
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          05/02/14
          I wish I could add to this as well I'm really trying to find something I can do from home that doesn't require it to be quiet or have to have a cable hook up & that doesn't have a start up fee I tried Pampered Chef since I loooove to cook but when I moved out here in AZ I didn't know anyone and it's very hard to find people to have "parties" plus I'm not very good at sales. I think if I loved and have tried out the product I'd be better at the sales part of it and if it didn't cost an arm and a leg to buy either. My dream job though would to be a health coach.
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            05/02/14
            April bowen
            I have been looking for a something to make money at home for 3 years now. Still haven't found anything. Its so frustrating I feel like such a failure failing at everything I"ve tried
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            05/02/14
            8Theresa Gould
            I wouldn't give up hope. With technology the way it is, you could even get more training with online classes geared towards a work at home job (bookkeeping, software training etc.) and offer those as services.
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              05/05/14
              April bowen
              I'm good at research. right now i"m looking into King humans stuff he has posted for ways to work from home. everything I've tried hasn't work. Its hard to not get discouraged.
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              About Theresa Gould
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              ***Baby Team Leader Moms.com*** I have been married for over 20 years. My husband and I have eight children ages 18 down to 4 years old. We use to live in Chicago but now live in Canada. I own www.FaithandFamilyReviews.com.