Advent Finger Wreath

One of my favorite things about being a girl is painting fingernails! God gave us a ready-made canvas right on the tip of each finger to bring a little beauty to all the work we do with our hands (dishes, laundry etc.) I have a Christmas tradition in my home that makes use of our girly nature. It is a way I have tried to bring the advent tradition home in a creative way that my little girl will enjoy. {Read More}

Relying on the Resurrection Life of Jesus

” ‘By this we believe. . .’ Jesus answered them. ‘Do you now believe?’ ” John 16:30. “Now we believe…” But Jesus asks, “Do you…? Indeed the hour is coming…that you…will leave Me alone” (John 16:31-32). Many Christian workers have left Jesus Christ alone and yet tried to serve Him out of a sense of duty or because they sense a need as a result of their own discernment. The reason for this is actually the absence of the resurrection {Read More}

How I Said Goodbye to Sugar, Part 2

Yesterday I began sharing how I said goodbye to sugar. It didn’t take me long to realize that I didn’t want to live without chocolate. Viewing it as medicine, I replaced milk chocolate with dark chocolate. If it’s the only chocolate you allow yourself, you will come to love it. Obviously, even this is to be eaten in moderation. For me that means getting a small custard bowl and mixing dark chocolate chips (cheaper than the name brand, foil-wrapped smooches) {Read More}

Turkey Sliders with Brie and Cranberry Chutney

These adorable and delicious turkey sliders are perfect for school or office parties, Friendsgiving, or to reuse Thanksgiving leftovers! The flavors work so well together. The buttery perfection of Brie on a sweet Hawaiian roll with juicy turkey and a delicious cranberry topping–so much flavor in a bite-size sandwich! Oh and the leftover cranberry chutney goes great with cheese and crackers for later snacking. What You’ll Need:  for the sliders 1 pkg Hawaiian rolls 12 slices turkey (I used the {Read More}

Terry’s Chicken

My mother has this really neat cookbook she got a long time ago, I don’t know exactly how long ago, but it was around while I was still a teenager and that was twenty years back. She would add the recipes along with her personal notes. I’ll always remember the comment to the side of this particular recipe “Terry’s favorite, men love this.”  As an FYI, women love this too, as do kids of all ages. It was written for {Read More}

Memorial Day 2013

On this Memorial Day 2013 let’s remember the men and women who have served and continue to serve our great nation, the United States of America. For the families who have lost loved ones in the military, or may be separated due to active service, you are in our prayers and thoughts today. Thank you for your service. Reading God’s Story Schedule today, 5/27/13: Pray and meditate on last week’s scripture reading. Join hosts Page and Cindy on Facebook where {Read More}

The Patience to Wait for the Vision

“Though it tarries, wait for it…” Habakkuh 2:3 “Patience is not the same as indifference; patience conveys the idea of someone who is tremendously strong and able to withstand all assaults. Having the vision of God is the source of patience because it gives us God’s true and proper inspiration. Moses endured, not because of his devotion to his principles of what was right, nor because of his sense of duty to God, but because he had a vision of {Read More}

In His Presence #17

Reading God’s Story Schedule today, 1/25/13: Job chapters 14-17. Weekend Reading Schedule, 1/26/13:  Job 18 – 21. 1/27/13: Job 22-24. Join hosts Page and Cindy on Facebook where we are discussing our first week of Bible reading. Everyone is invited to join by going to https://www.facebook.com/groups/316067615171001/ and clicking the ‘Join Group’ button. As of 1/20/13 we have 440+ women reading and discussing Scripture together! Join us and invite your friends too! About Mentoring MomentsMail | Web | Twitter | More {Read More}

When I begin to think…

    About Mentoring MomentsMail | Web | Twitter | More Posts (59)