This week flew by for me...I was busy with preparing and recording an upcoming message for the Women's Ministry at my church, I was back in the kitchen working on some new recipes, recording and editing a new episode of Feed Your Spirit podcast, and started a couple new projects (more details later this month).… Continue reading How is it Friday already?
If you have been following this blog for some time now, you know I love to cook and love to discover and share the bond between my food and the Bible. If you are new here, I usually refer to the kitchen (it doesn’t even have to be mine) as ‘my happy place’. I love… Continue reading Walking through the Door…Big News!
On Wednesday’s I attend a Bible Study at my local church. It is a small group of ladies from all different walks of faith and life. I usually toss a small snack in my bag to munch on during the session. This week, I grabbed a banana, which was just the way I like it,… Continue reading Beautifully Broken
A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to teach a Bible study group of women at my local church. We were in a series about prayer but my teaching was unplanned so I was given the opportunity to talk about any topic I wanted to teach. I knew I wanted to continue the… Continue reading Salt & Pepper Prayers
This week, I had the opportunity to try something new...baking a gluten-free, dairy-free, dessert. I have been cooking and baking without dairy for years, but gluten-free? This was something I had never attempted before. However, I knew it was something I wanted to become familiar with since so many of my friends and their children… Continue reading Trying Something New
Taking a break from the blog this week. I will be back next week with a post. Have a great weekend and week ahead. See you next week!
It is finished...the last words Jesus spoke before taking his last breath. Although today is referred to as Good Friday, it is a somber day for me. When I think of Mary at the foot of the cross watching her son, whom she loved, give his life for us, I could weep. Her faith was… Continue reading It is Finished
The events of the past week in our country demonstrate the level of evil and brokenness in our country. Two more shootings that took the lives of innocent people, the crisis at our southern border, the continued effects from the Coronavirus, along with all the other events which didn’t make the headlines. This week during… Continue reading Prayer
As a kid there was one special breakfast we used to have a few times a year, my family called them scones but they are more like a drop biscuit. It was a simple recipe of butter, shortening, milk, flour, salt, baking soda, and sugar. The biscuits were flaky, with pillowy pockets inside them. We… Continue reading Patience & Biscuits
Growing up, all of our meals were shared around our kitchen table. We didn’t have a dining room, fancy china, or crystal glasses, but my mom always had a tablecloth on our table. It was most likely to absorb any spills which occurred from having three active girls. It also protected the table from the… Continue reading Crumbs