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Blog Entry | Food and Hospitality >
Manic Monday: Four Homemade Mixes For anything you make often enough, you will save time if you make a big batch of parts of the recipe that will store well. Examples? Angel Sweeza of Heart-Hands-Home has many recipes listed here. (She’s posted a lot of baking mixes, for bisquits, cookies, cakes, oatmeal mixes, tortillas, etc.) Here’s four more ideas for you: 1.) “Meatball Mix”: You can check out our Spaghetti and Meatball recipe here. An»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
They said it as they stood near a furnace hot enough to kill men who came near. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego told king Nebuchadnezzar, “. . .our God, whom we serve, is able to rescue us from the furnace of blazing fire. And from your hand, O king, let him rescue us. And if not, let it be known to you, O king, that ⌊we will not serve your gods⌋, and the statue of gold that you have set up we will not worship.” They felt the heat of th»
Blog Entry | Film >
It’s almost time for Tom Cruise to save the world as a guy named Jack once more. This time, however, he’s not just a crazy secret agent going rogue for the betterment of mankind. He’s a crazy secret agent going rogue for the betterment of mankind from space. Alright, so that’s not the best synopsis of Oblivion, but I think it marks the high points of my skepticism as the April 12 release date approaches. I say that up front to cover mysel»
Blog Entry | Family >
As much as we desire to have our little ones at the table with us, their frustration level from not having enough to do can become a distraction and hindrance to other children trying to work.  Here are a few ideas for keeping them learning alongside you PROBLEM A noisy, whining, discontented toddler or preschooler is a major distraction and hindrance to an otherwise happy homeschool.  I suspect, however, that most homeschooling moms, philosoph»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
We talk about stories a lot around here, especially the redemption stories God is writing in our lives. If you follow Pastor Jonathan Martin on Twitter, you know he has a tendency to preach spontaneous sermons 140 characters at a time that make you want to retweet every phrase. But these words from him about stories deserve more than just retweets, so I’m sharing them with you here today.  ___________________________ If the Pharisees want you»
Blog Entry | Writing >
Welcome to the campaign launch for Jody Hedlund’s latest novel, A Noble Groom. Booklist says of Hedlund, “Swiftly becoming a well-known contender in the world of Christian historical fiction ”, and Publishers Weekly says she, “intricately balances romance and drama”. Jody Hedlund is celebrating the release of A Noble Groom by giving away Kindle Fire and hosting a Facebook Author Chat Party {5/8}!  One “noble” winner will receiv»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I remember what doubt feels like. The terrifying silence crushing me when I tried to pray. The voices haunting my mind with a thousand questions every waking moment. The nagging fear that my entire spirituality was as all-in bet on a worthless hand, a house of cards about to collapse. I remember praying “Dear God, if you still exist” It was only a few years ago, and I remember it all too well. That’s why I must so strongly disagree with the»
Blog Entry | Worship >
My Dear Friends, I am held in the grip of a strong conviction. A powerful conviction. A conviction that I believe can and will completely change the direction of my life and my heart. The conviction that, when it comes to the Body of Christ, I’ve been doing it all wrong. I’ve been doing it all wrong. And my thinking has been all backwards. And that’s not a small thing, friends. It’s a very, very big thing. And it really matters. Because i»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
 Each week my husband and I have a date night. We work hard to set an entire evening (starting around 6:30 p.m.) to spending uninterrupted time with one another. This is a tradition and will remain a tradition, as I have seen it to be an essential to keeping our marriage happy and healthy. I was reminded of this fact after having a yes–slightly tipsy–conversation with one of my husband’s close friends.  He was telling me the importance»
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Shopping for presents, baking Christmas goodies, celebrating Christmas Litfuse-style—it may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also one of the busiest. We’ve invited Crystal Paine of Money Saving Mom to give us a few tip to simplify our Christmas plans. ____________________________ December can be a busy, frantic season full of last-minute shopping, parties, baking, gift-wrapping, recitals, and get-togethers. While these thing»