A Family Delight: Israeli Pita Bread

In a previous post, I shared my favorite Challah bread recipe. I typically make that once a week, sometimes more. However, there is another recipe that seems to be even more favored: Israeli Pita Bread. I don’t make it as often, but that is because I triple the recipe! I freeze it, and bring it…

Meet Bootsie, the Wonder Cat

Meet Bootsie, the Wonder Cat! Bootsie is my mother in law’s cat and is close to 21 years old. That is really old for a cat! The other title I could have given this true story is “Who has believed our report?”, based on Is. 53: 1 “Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm…

Will God Forgive Me?

I believe one of the hardest parts of the Christian life is accepting God’s forgiveness. Once you get the past the idea that you are a sinner in need of forgiveness it’s hard to accept it and realize that you in yourself can do nothing to earn it. For some you are so used to needing…

Seniors are unresolved in finances

Seniors are Unresolved in Finances Senior citizens are unresolved, in transition, in process in many areas – physical, mental, social, spiritual, emotional, and financial. In this writing, we are going to focus on the financial struggles that many seniors have to endure. Many men and women work hard to establish a career. They work their…

Measurements of Noah’s Ark: A Picture of El Shaddai

While going through all the measurements of Noah’s ark, the Holy Spirit stopped me, and had me go through the meanings of each measurement. I was astonished, and truly felt the love of the Father, Who holds us, so close. I pray this short video offers a tender side to the Father, and one that…