One of my favorite gifts I received this past Christmas was an original Bundt Cake pan.
Listen, although this crazy life is constantly reminding me that I am not in control like I’d like to think I am, that He is the beginning and the end, and that His word and His promises are written in red.
Skillet Cabbage and Sausage, that is whats on the recipe card for today.
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said a thousand times, God is always right on time, all the time – even when we have no idea that His timing is greatly needed at a certain moment in our life.
When the instructions of a recipe include “melt a stick of butter and slowly stir in the cream cheese” … you know its going to be good. And that is how today’s featured recipe — Broccoli and Cheese soup begins.
Praise be to God for a new season!
THE RECIPE BOX: Surprise your New Year’s guests with these delightful cucumber and tomato appetizer bites
Hopefully today’s recipe, Cucumber Tomatoes bites, will help you spend a little less time in the kitchen and more time with your guests.
JULIE WELLS: Remember, especially at Christmas, that Jesus is the gift that keeps on giving all year long
The giving of gifts is not something man invented. God started the giving spree when He gave a gift beyond words. The unspeakable gift of His son — as quoted by Robert Flatt.
The Bible says that Jesus is our strength when we are weak. Amen to that.
Christmas casserole is what is on the menu today.
Assemble these quick, easy treats to help celebrate the holidays
Christmastime is here and that is good enough reason for me get in the kitchen and whip up a bunch of sweet treats.
JULIE WELLS: Hearing a child tell the story of Jesus’ birth reminds us all to be excited about this time of year
In case I haven’t stated this before: I absolutely love this time of year.
Buffalo chicken tortilla pinwheels can be made to be a spicy as you like them.
Chocolatey goodness is whats on the recipe card for the day.
We’ve just celebrated Thanksgiving with our families, and now on to Christmas, and the birthday celebration of our Lord and Savior.
As we approach the week of Thanksgiving I can’t help but ponder over the many things I’m incredibly grateful to your Lord and Savior for.
This dish is great for a beginner cook, and one that will simply impress your family and friends for Thanksgiving.
When I think about Thanksgiving dinner, the very first thing that pops in my mind is of course the turkey. Next to follow is the sweet potato souffle and I’ll be honest, dessert quickly comes to mind after that.
We should pray for people when we seem them in distress, even if we don’t know them or their need, God does.
As I was thinking about needing to go through a detox to get rid of all of the sugar I may or may not have consumed during the Halloween week, it made me think of how we often need to detox ourselves of “stuff” to be closer to God.
If you are tired of the same old tomato-based soups and chilis, then you might be excited to try today’s featured recipe — Creamy White Chili.
Today’s recipe, tomato stuffed zucchini, is healthy, gluten-free and it is also a vegetarian dish
“Come near to God and he will come near to you. Wash your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded.” (James 4:8)
I’ve been saving today’s featured recipe — sausage squares — for a while now, in hopes of running it a little closer to the holidays.
What was just suppose to be a little drive in the car to try and get a two-year-old asleep, turned into a sweet and beautiful trip down memory lane.
The semi-annual jewelry sale at Newton Medical ends Wednesday.
Rice Krispie treats in the shape of a cute pumpkin are today’s featured recipe.
We’ve been tightening up on our budget at home, and it caused me to have some old feeling well up in me from when I was a child, that I had not recognized that was still there.
The Great Miller Lite Chili Cook Off was held Saturday at the Georgia International Horse Park.
NHS crowns homecoming queen
Turkey sliders, today’s featured recipe, can be cooked on the stove-top, just in case some of you have already put up the grill since fall is officially upon us.
Let God lead you, and the first real step in letting Him lead you is listening to Him.
The portraits of breast cancer survivors and their stories will be posted in merchant windows around the Covington Square until Oct. 31.
Nobody cooks like mama cooks, that is for sure. And in my case, no one can cook like my mother-in-law, Janie Wells.
October is national Clergy Appreciation month, take the time to pray for your pastor.
Adding cream cheese to spinach helps cut some of the bitter taste of out the spinach and makes for a great side dish.
As I celebrate five years of wedded bliss with my husband, Kevin, I’m reminded of that God’s word applies to marriage as well.
The semi-annual Tykes, Tots and Teens sale begins Saturday at the Georgia International Horse Park.
The Newton Medical Auxiliary hosts their semi-annual Books are Fun book fair.
A vegetable medley, a sauted onion and Italian diced tomatoes makes for a great vegetable bake.
We need to allow Jesus to fill our empitness and then share with others how He blesses beyond belief.
If there any Frozen fans in your home you might want to go ahead and grab the apron and get ready to mix up today’s recipe, Frozen-themed Chex Mix.
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God’s promise to love us can be shown to us in many different ways, even in a rainbow.
BaNilla cookies are breeze to whip up and are kid friendly too.
The Recipe Box — Pepperoni dip
We should show compassion towards people, no matter if we know their situation or not.
This recipe for mango salsa is full of tropical flavor.
Jesus’ opinion of you should be the one that matters the most to you in your life.
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