I like to learn.  I like to spend some time each day reading articles and books and listening to radio broadcasts.  There are so many good thoughts and ideas and thought-provoking points of view.  As I try to put my own thoughts into words on this blog, I’m reminded that it could be easy for readers to misunderstand my words.  And...

This recipe is hubby approved!  We like salty foods, and this was a great way to use up all that fresh Alaska Red salmon.  We smoked our own salmon filets (recipe to come in the future), and used that for the main ingredient.  Super yummy!   ...

Deborah is one of the most famous of the Old Testament women, for she is the only woman among several men in the book of Judges.  She comes on the scene as did all the judges when the nation of Israel was backslidden an under oppression.  In Judges 4:4, we learn that Deborah was a wife, a judge, and a prophetess.  The argument from egalitarians and Christian feminists (so-called) is that since these women seemed like leaders in spiritual matters, then why is there...

Here’s a great way to use up any crusty bread that’s getting a little too crusty.  I had some baguettes that were past their prime, so I decided to please my crouton-loving son and make some homemade croutons.  Garlicky, salty yumminess!   ...

It is September, and I just finished reading Jeremiah.  I was so blessed!  Really.  I know the book of Jeremiah can be a difficult read, but it is also full of encouragement.  God feels the same way about the sins of Israel and the surrounding pagan nations as He does today.  We like to think that God is longsuffering and merciful here in our Age of Grace, but He was longsuffering and merciful in the Old Testament too.  Many times He waited a...

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