Beautiful Bandit (May 2010) by Loree Lough

Sweetie Loree Lough allowed me to read the first few chapters of her novel coming out in May. Here’s a blurb I wrote up about it. Loree’s new novel, Beautiful Bandit, shows two people falling in love, except the last thing they wanted was to fall in love . . . with anyone. Josh Neville […]

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Sweet Potato Casserole

What is Thanksgiving without Sweet Potato Casserole? I know my sister-in-law would lock me out if I didn’t bring this dish with me! And today I’ll share it with you. Ingredients: 3 cups mashed sweet potatoes (3 to 4 regular) 2 cups sugar 1 stick butter (melted) 4 eggs 1 cup evaporated milk 1 teaspoon […]

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Mosaic Covenant versus the New Covenant

We had communion at church today. Dr. Doug Bookman, a New Testament Professor at Shepherd’s Seminary gave the communion message. What a treat! I know the truth of the New testament, but have a hard time discussing why one of the Old Testament covenants is no longer valid. Well, today I think I became closer […]

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Cleaning Tips

I attended the Blue Ridge Conference a few months back and Angela Hunt taught a number of classes. I bet you wouldn’t guess that she taught a class on organizational tips! Well she did. I didn’t go to it since I had a conflict, but my roommate, Laura Polk, did. She took awesome notes and […]

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Book Review – Menu for Romance

I read Menu for Romance by Kaye Dacus recently. This was my first Kaye Dacus book and I was wowed! Back cover copy : After eight years of unrequited love, Meredith Guidry decides it’s time to move on and try to find someone who’ll love her in return. So she makes a prayerful New Year’s […]

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An attitude of gratitude

Yes, a Christian should be spiritual every day, all day. But my Sunday posts will be of the spiritual nature because this is the Lord’s day. You know, with Thanksgiving coming up this week, I think everyone, no matter what they believe in, is thankful for things on Thursday. Either friends, or family, or health, […]

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Obedience . . . Is in the heart

This simile will sound odd to you, but hear me out. A year ago we adopted a six year-old Jack Russel Terrier, Sophie. What a joy! Though, at first she didn’t realize she was part of our pack, so she ran out the door a few times and into the street and onto neighbor’s property. […]

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