Monthly Archives: January 2022

Handing Down Your Faith

Last night I made a pot of my Aunt Ruth’s recipe for hamburger soup. Simple potatoes, onions and hamburger, it is nonetheless a really delicacy for me. Literally my childhood was revisited with that good concoction. It was probably made … Continue reading

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There Is A Hiding Place For You

The sound of coyotes running near our house was an eerie event in the middle of the night. It sounded like hundreds of them, even though it was probably just a couple. We’ve heard them running off and on all … Continue reading

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Scriptures Are Your Best Personal Reading

Our two most prized Bibles in all the ones we have are the one my mother wrote in and the one that hubby’s grandmother Pearl wrote in. To look inside those pages and see notes and prayers and family names … Continue reading

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Enjoy Memories But Live Today

Who doesn’t like memories of their childhood? Even the days without air conditioner for some and without indoor plumbing for others can now be remembered fondly. Milking a cow every morning, catching the school bus if you lived out in … Continue reading

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Jesus Is Alive!

Two movies about the life of Jesus stand out in memories of my youth. One was The Greatest Story Ever Told and the other was Jesus Christ Superstar. Such opposites in content and portrayal, I still can’t watch Max Von … Continue reading

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