The Face of Christianity: Extinct or Effective? Pts. 2-3 RePosted

NOTE: I received notice that some people didn’t receive the post I sent out on Monday night. After you read it, you may agree with me that perhaps someone doesn’t want the secret out. 😦  But we know the one who is within us is greater than the one that is of the world, don’t we? 🙂 … Continue reading

Pumpkin Cookies w/ Caramel Icing (The Face of Christianity Pts 2-3)

                                                                            It’s cooking time! Or perhaps some of you are as blessed as I am this year. Mary Beth and her friends are doing the cooking!! 🙂 However, if you are looking for recipes, you might try this one for pumpkin cookies. If you’d like to see my recipes for Sweet Potato Casserole, Pumpkin Chiffon Pie … Continue reading

Crumbs – The Face of Christianity, Pts 2-3 (Our Family, quotes, etc.)

  (Mary Beth, featured in this week’s post, and her two “boys” Sam and Zeke) “Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.” Leo Buscaglia “Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.” Robert Fulghum                                                                                                                                                     (Our grandkids, all nine of … Continue reading

The Face of Christianity: Extinct or Effective? Pts. 2-3

(Note: I know you’ll be too busy to read anything next week. So, I’ve combined two parts of The Face of Christianity in today’s post. Sorry it’s a little long. If you’ll hang with me, I promise to make the next ones short.)    Last week, I left you with this question: Do we as Christians … Continue reading

Sautéed Pork Chops with Sauce Robert

I told you I’d pass this recipe on to you if it was good. And it was! The recipe comes from Chef Griffey at The Dining Room at Abingdon Manor and Inn in Latta, South Carolina. It’s easy. Those of you who know me know I only do easy.  We loved it and it went well … Continue reading

Crumbs: The Face of Christianity . . . Pt. 1

    “The man who is content to sit ignorantly by his own fireside, wrapped up in his own private affairs, and has no public eye for what is going on in the church and the world, is a miserable patriot, and a poor style Christian. Next to our Bibles and our own hearts, our Lord … Continue reading

The Face of Christianity – Extinct or Effective?

                 Is the face of Christianity on a fast track to spiritual extinction? What do you think? No, the message of Christ is not and won’t ever be extinct. But what about the messengers? Are we losing ground in a world of shocking statistics, misplaced priorities and powerless influence?  Some claim the problems of … Continue reading

Autumn Spinach Salad – A Tribute. . . .

 Here’s a delicious autumn salad sure to please your family and/or company. Millie is coming for the week-end, so I’m serving this tonight with Sauteed Pork Chops with Sauce Robert.  If it’s really good, I’ll give you the recipe next week. Enjoy the beauty of God’s creation along with His bounty. We have so much to be thankful … Continue reading

Crumbs – On Death and Dying – A Tribute

    “The story of a love is not important – what is important is that one is capable of love. It is perhaps the only glimpse we are permitted of eternity.”   Helen Hayes                                                                        “Those who have the strength and the love to sit with a dying patient in the silence that goes beyond words will … Continue reading