Faith

The Secrets to Making Better Food Choices

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{This post contains affiliate links} Think about the last time you perused the buffet table. Were you like a crouching tiger ready to pounce the salad made with marshmallows, whipped cream, and jello the color of pink taffy? Did you wrestle with knowing that you should fill your plate with the mixed green salad with…

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How to Eat From a Christian Worldview

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  On a crisp early autumn evening, our family finished a few last minute dinner preparations just before our guests arrived. We wove strings of last year’s Christmas lights through the branches of the fuschia crepe myrtles that surround the brick patio. We adorned our weathered outdoor farm table with a simple bouquet of blossoms…

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Holy and Healthy Living Christmas Inspiration Ebook

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I want to learn more about the book Holy and Healthy Living exuberantly promotes the need to maintain physical wellness and to cultivate a robust spiritual life. This Christmas season, I created a gift guide that combines wholesome and holy: Holy and Healthy Living Christmas Inspiration Ebook. Two-Part Seasonal Gift Guide Part One Holy and…

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Modern Manners That Bolster Kindness and Compassion

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Manners? Are they essential anymore?  Yes, they are crucial. They aren’t just rigid social rules reserved for the privileged or the wealthy. Manners are more than just knowing not to slurp coffee from your saucer or not to blow your nose with your dinner napkin. In our modern world, chaos (think Opioid crisis) and violence…

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Nomination for the Blogger Recognition Award

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In his mellifluous voice, I can hear Winnie the Pooh gently suggest to his friend, “You can’t stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.”A.A. Milne’s words characterize why I started blogging.  It was time for me to move from my quiet…

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How to Find Hope in Your Failure

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Writers often receive these dreaded things called a rejection slip for a book, a poem, or an article One of my favorite authors, Madeleine L’Engle laments that “Every rejection slip—and you could paper walls with my rejection slips—was like the rejection of me.”  I can relate.  Writers might spend hours weaving the perfect nouns and…

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