Monthly Archives: March 2008

First times with Chicken

I love the smell of a chicken cooking (boiling) on the stove. It is such a home-y smell! Today was a day like that – kinda rainy and dreary outside (but at least warmer) and basketball on the tv (reminds … Continue reading

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Hymns, Distractions, and Repentance & the Big Fish

Call to worship out of Ps 95: Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker! For he is our God, and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of … Continue reading

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Spring Risotto with Asparagus and Lemon

Well, its almost Spring here in L-ville.Bobby gave me some lemons from his tree when I was home last so I had to use them. We bought some asparagus since it is in season, and I had some arborio rice … Continue reading

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Cranberry-Orange Oats Pancakes

Mom gave me a Prevention magazine and I found one recipe out of two magazines that I liked. I made them tonight and they were delicious. I would tend to make these during the fall and winter, because of the … Continue reading

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The Treasure Principle – Randy Alcorn

Do we beg for the privilege of giving? (p 76) A few years ago, JD asked all of the Summit to read this little book. God used its message in amazing ways in the life of members of the Summit: … Continue reading

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When Sinners Say "I Do" – Dave Harvey

Sovereign Grace pastors put out some good books. This is no exception. I’ve been wanting to read this book since it came out about a year ago. Then one of my friends who is newly-married told me that it was … Continue reading

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Mike TV from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

I wonder if he ever had these thoughts… Insecure. Not good enough. Seeing the world for what it is – worthless and ending. I’ll never fit in to what is better (by the world’s standards). My thoughts are not Phil … Continue reading

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