Some readings and reflections from May 2020
Keep it simple. Keep it short. Keep it at the Family Table. Just read a short devotion, discuss a question, and pray.
Reflections on Passover, Palm Sunday, and Staying Put.
A few things to read and think about.
Your subconscious mind builds a mental picture out of the material you permit to reach it, “Like a wax plate recording everything,” even shaping your sense of right and wrong.
Here's a few of the books I read this year that you might also enjoy.
If you're tired of rushing around without even knowing why, then learn to say NO to hurry.
"Do the littles. Do them well and watch them multiply in thy hands" - What ONE daily habit can have the greatest result?
Start your summer right by getting some good books in front of your kids.
Our teenager, like many teens, has a desire to spend money and is busy beyond belief (no time for a job). Enter: cooking for money. At Christmas, he made The Pioneer Woman's Cinnamon Rolls - they sold like hotcakes. To make money for his Winter Formal, we decided to try savory. I say we because I … Continue reading Crowd Pleaser, Easy Freezer: Mexican Lasagna