Does the Bible Interpret Itself?

Does the Bible Interpret Itself?

“For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.”
2 Peter 1:21

No Bake Oreo Truffles

No Bake Oreo Truffles

These No Bake Oreo Truffles are simple to make and taste amazing. I love to make them for my family for holidays or other special occasions. They are perfect for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, birthday parties, women’s ministry meetings, and more. Oh, and a box of these would make a great gift! [Tweet “You’ll love these easy,…

Family Meals Around the Table {Day 28}

Family Meals Around the Table {Day 28}

Family Meals are Important In the picture above, my son had come home from college {he’s the one with the beard} and I can’t tell you how special it was to me to have all of my kids around the table at the same time! There’s just something wonderful about sitting around the table, eating…

How to Plan Family Worship for a Camp Out

How to Plan Family Worship for a Camp Out

Our family loves to camp out two or three times a year. We have a rather large family {seventeen or more that go camping together} and camping with kids is such a fun time! We always have family worship in the evenings and mornings when we are camping. In my opinion there are three things…

A New Creation {Coloring Page}

A New Creation {Coloring Page}

Here’s a sweet coloring page you can print for your little ones. Just in time for Spring! Download the coloring page here.

My Sabbath Bag – Activity Bags for Church Worship

My Sabbath Bag – Activity Bags for Church Worship

For a long time I have wanted to make quiet activity bags for the children in our churches to use during the worship hour. I have been planning to make a stash of them that I can pass out to children as they arrive or to guests with children to use during church. It occurred…

Summer Adventures: Part 4

Nathan Greene One night during the Camporee, a famous artist, Nathan Greene came out on stage. I caught my breath because I just love his work! He was wearing his Pathfinder uniform (lots of patches!). I wispered to Laura, “That is the man who painted the picture of Jesus that is in your bedroom!” I…

Summer Adventures: Part 3

What can I say about the 2009 Pathfinder Camporee other than WOW? I knew that we were traveling 13 hours to Osh Kosh, WI to campout with 36,000 other Pathfinders. I knew that that was a lot of people. But I had no idea what to expect! This was my first Pathfinder Camporee and that…

Summer Adventures: Part 2

August was such a fun month! It started off with a few days at Indian Creek Camp for the yearly minister’s meeting there. The speakers were fantastic. It was wonderful to get to chat with friends I only see a few times a year. There are several pastor’s wives in our conference that are dear…

It’s Campmeeting Time Again

It’s Campmeeting Time Again

May is one of the busiest months of my entire year. In fact over the next two week all I will be focusing on is the preparation of my program for the Primaries at Campmeeting. On May 17th or 18th I will be heading over to Portland Tennessee for two weeks to set up and…