Spiced Cranberry Sauce for the Thanksgiving Dinner

Perhaps it was ten years ago when I came across an unusual cranberry sauce recipe in the newspaper. I tweaked it a little bit, and my family loved it. It is sweet and tart with a nice burst of flavor from the spices. It has become a requested item for Thanksgiving dinner. I’ve shared this… Continue reading Spiced Cranberry Sauce for the Thanksgiving Dinner

Speaking Up About Vaccine Safety

The CDC is asking for comments on Vaccine Information for the MMR and MMRV. I responded with my observations.  This vaccine impacted the health of my twins when they were toddlers. It is my hope that our health system will listen to the concerns that parents and teachers have raised over the expanding number of… Continue reading Speaking Up About Vaccine Safety

Our Common Condition & Hope

Today I am joining Five Minute Friday (#FMF) where bloggers write for five minutes about one word. The prompt for today is common. So here we go. After a tumultuous and divisive election what do we as people have in common? The Bible shows us these truths. God loves us. For God so loved the… Continue reading Our Common Condition & Hope

After the Election: Prayer & Love

It is good to be studying God’s word during this season (and always). I am reminded that the problems we face as a nation are not new. We are sinful people seeking our own ends and solutions. The apostle Paul had his moment of awakening. The Jewish law could not save him or the people… Continue reading After the Election: Prayer & Love

The World Series and the Gospel

The Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions. Wow!! The last time the Cubs even played in the World Series was 1945. My Dad went to one of the games. He was a WWII veteran, just home from the war.   Some one gave him a ticket. He was cheering for the Detroit Tigers who eventually… Continue reading The World Series and the Gospel