Archive for April, 2008

Comfort food: Potato Soup and Oatmeal Muffins

Last week was a bit on the chilly side, so Jameson and I made some favorite recipes: potato soup and oatmeal muffins. Potato Soup (the way I make it!) serves 6-8 1. Saute small onion and 3 cloves of garlic in butter. 2. Add 6-7 peeled and cubed white potatoes (or the equivalent of any […]

What Is Holiness?

I think there can be the tendency in many of us to major on what holiness is not. This isn’t all wrong. After all, I need to know that fornication, lying, drunkenness, disobedience, and so on is sin; and what are my behavioral, mental, emotional, and spiritual boundaries.

But what is holiness? And what does holiness look like for a younger woman? for an older […]

Divine Chocolatey-ness!

These are the best cookies.

No really, they are.

As soon as you’re done reading this, you’ll want to go make some. Trust me. There is nothing hard about them except coming by the self-control to not eat them all yourself […]

Hornblower Series

Do you enjoy historical fiction? You will love Horatio Hornblower!

Childtraining Basics

We’re answering our Question of the Week a day early, due to the high number of questions that came in! This week we look at some fundamentals which need to be in place if we hope to see our children successfully trained in “the way that they should go.” Join us in our discussion! Add your insights so we all might benefit!

Reverence: the fear and the love

Walking in reverence is purposing to live in the constant knowledge that God is, and that He sees and governs all. This radically changes the way we live each of our moments. But for those of us who have believed in Jesus for salvation, this life of reverence takes on even more meaning […]

Matching cousins

Aubrey in her ‘bunz… …and Jameson in his.

Our testimony

In case any of you missed it, Aubrey turned 7 months old last Sunday. How thankful we are for her! Please remember her in your prayers.

Shepherd’s Pie

If you’re like me, you kind of wrinkle up your nose in distaste when you hear “Shepherd’s Pie.” I’m not a big ketchup fan, and shepherd’s pie always makes me thing of ketchup. Ick. But the other day, after browsing a bunch of online recipes, I had a revelation: shepherd’s pie can be made any way […]

Worship First, Then Service

We continue our study of Titus 2:3-5; more specifically we will look once again at Paul’s recommendation of reverent behavior for women who would have a ministry in the Body of Christ. Join us and share your thoughts and additional insights!