HOW TO COOK A FROZEN TURKEY By A Modern Homestead

How to Cook a Frozen Turkey HOW TO COOK A FROZEN TURKEY By A Modern Homestead From Sarah : I have to admit, I don’t worry about cooking a turkey or fixing a huge Thanksgiving Or Christmas Dinner.  I never have. I will admit that I always make sure that I defrost the turkey before…

Everything Happens For A Reason + A Post Of My Own .

3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;

25 Days of Christmas By Donna Reish

25 Days of Christmas By Donna Reish 25 Days of Christmas My kids started an amazing tradition a few years ago that has grown to be the highlight of my and my husband’s parents’ Christmas season. Our kids, seven kids ages eighteen through thirty-four, call it “The Twenty-Five Days of Christmas,” but you could easily…

Why Do We Have Christmas Trees? – Christmas 5 Minute Family Devotional

Why Do We Have Christmas Trees? – Christmas 5 Minute Family Devotional by Melanie Rainer on December 06, 2016 Welcome to the JellyTelly 5 Minute Family Devotional! We’re excited to journey through the Christmas season with you and your family as we learn all about the holiday and its many traditions. Check out all of…

Christmas Devotions Epic Fail- (A Learning Experience)

Christmas Devotions Epic Fail By Melissa Spoelstra Christmas Devotions Epic Fail {From Sarah : I disagree that it was an epic fail. Their 6 year old loved it. That alone was worth it. The infant wasn’t going to enjoy it either way. The 2 year old twins would have enjoyed bits and pieces of it….

15 Christ-Centered, Meaningful Christmas Books to Read as a Family

15 Christ-Centered, Meaningful Christmas Books to Read as a Family 15 Christ-Centered, Meaningful Christmas Books to Read as a Family A fellow pastor’s wife recently asked for suggestions about meaningful Christmas books that can be read with kids, whether in a church setting, Sunday school class, or as a family. Here are a few recommendations…

How to Experience Real Rest

This week, as many of us head into extended time with family, may we receive the affirmation of God in the deepest part of who we are so that we may work from a place of love rather than fear.

Let’s allow the present to be imperfect and rest in the presence of Love.
books I’m reading
Each month I share in this letter the books I’m reading. Here’s this month’s stack:

Beyond Meal Time

I want to cheer them on in their victories, and help mold them through, and wipe their tears, in their greatest times of need. However, often, we are so busy. This week, as part of ourMake Your Home A Haven Challenge, we are to bake and fill our kitchen with yummy goodness. I love it. I can’t wait to cook some amazing things. But that isn’t what I want to share with you today. Today, I want to talk about

Sunday Prep – Living Well Spending Less®

http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/2014/08/22/sunday-prep/?inf_contact_key=719ce7bf402b4306c5ad8ab83041718c07550aed6b2007051e20bdd8de39ffd6 Sunday Prep: Living Well And Spending Less  FROM SARAH:  Ruth and her family do this Sunday evenings but your family can do it anytime.  I wouldn’t have done it on Sunday evenings when I had kids around because Sunday nights were family nights. Watching a favorite movie. OR sports.  Playing a game we choose….