Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies


There’s a coveted recipe that has been handed out at every bridal shower in my family for years… it’s one that each woman in the family has “altered” to make her own, and it’s one… Read More »

Grapevine Giveaway


“Mom – can you print me off some more Grapevine Bible study pages?” That’s a common request around here. Jenny absolutely LOVES Grapevine Studies, and it was just before we moved last month that I… Read More »

Sincerely Yours


When several of my favorite authors get together to write a collection of novellas, I jump at the opportunity to read the book. Sincerely Yours is just that – a collection of novellas from Jane… Read More »

Salsa Chicken and Rice Burritos [Slow Cooker Recipe]


I love to experiment with my slow cooker, and recently I threw a bunch of “random” ingredients in and came out with an amazing recipe for salsa chicken and rice burritos. This recipe is seriously… Read More »

Summer of Joy by Ann H Gabhart


Summer of Joy by Ann H. Gabhart is the conclusion to The Heart of Hollyhill series set in the early 1960s in Hollyhill, Kentucky. From the Publisher: As summer draws to a close Jocie’s world… Read More »

Seeking Peace, No Personal Space, and Persistent Pleas


You know the scenario. It’s been a busy day, filled with little people hanging from your every appendage. You just want to get away from all the chaos and noise for a brief moment to… Read More »

“Shockingly Sticky” [A Game to Celebrate Spring]


The arrival of Spring is symbolic of the arrival of God’s light in greater measure via Jesus His Son and the Holy Spirit. “Shockingly Sticky” is a game of trying to get balloons to stick… Read More »

How to Prevent Allergy Issues this Spring


I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This content has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its client. All health related suggestions and opinions… Read More »

A Heart’s Rebellion by Ruth Axtell


When a young lady decides to take matters of the heart into her own hands, rather than following the rules, she finds herself fighting her own heart’s desires in A Heart’s Rebellion by Ruth Axtell.… Read More »

Veggies in Space – a Lesson in the Power of Sharing


My kids are actually pretty good at sharing – in fact, they’ve been known to request an “extra” of something to share with a sibling who might not have gotten one. But you can never… Read More »