“A town or family splintered by feuding will fall apart.” Matthew 12:25 Top Five Ways to Heal a Splintered family: 1. Compliment each other. What a blessing to know that someone can find something positive to notice about you. 2. Refuse to talk negatively about each other. Don’t fall prey to taking the bait of […]
GiGi and I LOVE to read! The other day, she forwarded me a list of her favorite books and suggested we share our top 100 favorites. I was challenged at first and then as we swapped our list back and forth, discovered the task was not as difficult as I first thought. I also discovered many more […]
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What are some things you wish you had done with your mom? If she’s still here, what would you like to start doing with her? Frequently I hear my friends talk about their moms. In fact, my ears often perk up because I’m extremely curious when I hear them speak of their mother-daughter relationships. They […]
Being a Good Steward of Your Treasures by Making DIY Laundry Detergent Yes, I actually did put THAT in my laundry detergent! No, it’s not what you think! It’s a grated Fels-Naptha soap bar. I used the Duggar Family Recipe (from the TLC show “19 Kids and Counting”). There are multiple reasons why I wanted to […]
5.0 from 1 reviews Pineapple Sweet Potato Casserole Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 25 mins Total time 35 mins I make two round casserole dishes with this – one with the yummy pecan topping and the other one with marshmallows for those who can’t have nuts. This is my most requested […]
Not long ago I was given the opportunity to speak at a weekend Christian retreat to a group of women on the subject of piety. Often this word is associated negatively with the word “pious”. Synonyms for pious can be having a self-righteous or holier-than-thou attitude. Some people think of pious as being sanctimonious or […]