Top Blog Posts of 2011

This week we are taking a break from our regular blogging schedule and looking back at MMCW’s 2011 reader favorites. Today we are sharing our top blog posts, if you missed them the first time around enjoy! Tomorrow we’ll be sharing our top recipes.  All That and a Bag of Chips / Kellie Renfroe How many will admit to feeling scrutiny, not as a teenager, but right now in life? Sadly enough, at the hands of other sisters in Christ? {Read More}

About Kellie Renfroe

Kellie and her husband Greg have been married 27 years and have four children ranging in age from 12 to 22. She co-founded Mentoring Moments for Christian Women in 2005. Kellie is a homeschooling mom who enjoys reading and studying the Bible, writing, photography, and learning how to cook.

He Has Risen! Rolls

These are easy, fun, and very tasty. Ingredients: 1/2 stick of butter (melted) 1 can of large refrigerated biscuits Large marshmallows (8 of them) A bowl of cinnamon and sugar mix Preheat over to 350 degrees. Take the white marshmallow. Jesus was pure and sinless like this marshmallow. Roll marshmallow in butter and then in the cinnamon-sugar mixture. The butter represents the anointing oil and the cinnamon-sugar mixture represents the spices–both items were put on Jesus’ body before they laid {Read More}

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Hill of Calvary

Make your own Hill of Calvary for Easter. This grass garden features the hill where Jesus was hung on the cross and a small tomb where he was buried and rose again. It makes a very symbolic centerpiece for your Easter table and it an incredible teaching tool for your little sprout. Note: It’s best to start your Hill of Calvary at least 2 weeks before Easter. Supplies: Potting Soil or Jiffy Mix–I do suggest picking up a bag of {Read More}

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Shamrock Potato Prints

St. Patrick’s Day wouldn’t be complete without some shamrocks (or potatoes for that matter). Supplies: potato small heart cookie cutter knife green paint paper for stamping Cut about 1/4 off the length of the potato. Then insert the heart cookie cutter as deep as it will go. Use your knife to cut cleanly around the heart shape. Dip your stamp in some green paint and you are in the shamrock business! Three hearts make a shamrock. Add a stem using {Read More}

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