Wise Tip Wednesday – Daniel Fast

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Ever feel like you need a closer walk with the God?  Ever feel like you need some serious answer to prayer?  Recently I participate in a Daniel fast for 21 days.  The fast is based on the experience of Daniel in the Bible.  The fast restricts processed foods, meat, dairy, white flour and sugars as an act of worship.  You eat all natural, […]

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Tasteful Tuesday – Roasted Red Potatoes

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Fresh red potatoes are a staple in our home that EVERYONE likes.  You’ll recall I’ve mentioned I have a few picky eaters, so finding a food they all enjoy is tricky.  I believe the family member who loves red potatoes the most is my youngest daughter.  Not only does she like eating them, but they are one of her specialties.  She is […]

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Thankfulness Thursday – God’s Timing is Everything

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  There are hundreds of sayings and cliches involving the subject of time.  “Timing is everything” is one of the most popular.  However, I know from experience that my timing isn’t “everything”.  A HUGE pet peave of mine is being late.  Unfortunately (actually fortunately), I’ve been late more times than I’d like to admit.  In many instances, I’ve discovered later […]

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Wise Tip Wednesday – Teaching Children the True Meaning of Easter

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For each and every holiday throughout the year, we feel the pull of the world’s version and point-of-view, especially during Christian holidays like Christmas and Easter.  Since we are teaching our children that God should be first and foremost in their hearts and lives, I am always looking for new ways to help them focus on their Heavenly Father.  All […]

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