Because I Will Always Be Their Mother

Mother’s Day is a day that evokes a lot of emotion for me.  I grew up down south.  I don’t know if it is still the same today, but most of the women would wear a corsage to honor their mother’s.  The color had meaning.  A red flower meant your mother was living.  A white […]

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Low Carb,Keto Butter Cake

Beautiful food is what we’ve come to expect when we pick up recipes on the internet.  Food photography has become huge, and there are a lot of bloggers out there who do a wonderful job of posing and photographing with the right props, lighting, and special touches. However, that’s probably not what you’re going to […]

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Praying God’s Will; Galations, Chapter 3

Good morning, friend. 🙂  How was your weekend? It has been busy here on the ministry front.  The weekend before last, camp had its annual 3 day garage sale.  Over 600 people came through!  The profits go to the program department for youth camps… that means that it helps funds new activities and supplies.  This […]

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When Suffering is a Privilege

My nearly 13 year old daughter came in to do her morning kitchen chore and began telling me how she used to want to live to be really old {“like, over 100”}, but she changed her mind. “Oh?”  I asked.  Why? Turns out she thinks if she lives long, she might live right into the […]

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Praying God’s Will; Galations, Chapter 2

When I was in high school (In Arizona), my youth group participated in a program called Bible Bowl.  If your teens have the chance,  it is such an amazing opportunity. Every year a committee chose books of the Bible to be studied, and youth groups studied, formed teams, and attended competitions in host churches across the […]

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