Baked Asparagus with Rosemary and Garlic

baked asparagus

Baked Asparagus This recipe for baked asparagus is a ready-in-30-minutes or less, and there is minimal hassle and fuss. Asparagus is a low-calorie, highly nutritious vegetable. It is high in potassium, Vitamins A, B, and C, and works as a diuretic. Asparagus also provides roughage for your intestinal system. How to You can incorporate your own seasonings, but this recipe calls for garlic cloves (sliced or diced small or garlic powder if you don’t have … Read more

“We’ll Walk in Together”

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Sunday routine together Every Sunday when John Brenneman drove the horse and buggy home from church, he pulled on the reins to guide the horse into their lane. That wasn’t really necessary because the horse knew this was home, but John did it out of habit.  The horse pulled the buggy up to the house, where John gave a slight tug on the reins, and the horse stopped. That was the signal for Lydia and … Read more

Jacob – a Type of Christ

Jacob a type of Christ

Jacob, a type of Christ What does it mean to be a Type of Christ? Join me on this journey and allow the  Bible to come alive to you. Throughout scripture, there are many types of Christ. Some of those types are people who walked this earth thousands of years before us. The events in their lives pointed forward to the new covenant and to Jesus Christ. You don’t need to know these things to … Read more

Biscuit Crust Chicken Pot Pie

Biscuit crust pot pie When I was a teenager, I got pretty frustrated with my mother and my aunts who just dumped and added things when they cooked. How was I supposed to know how much “a little bit” of flour was?!    I remember the day I stood by my mother and measured everything for a recipe I liked. She just added and dumped until it looked right, but since I didn’t know what … Read more

Game Time with Kids

Game Time “Well, that’s just the way the ball bounces!” my five year old told his uncle when the sudden turn in the game guaranteed his uncle’s loss while uncle feigned dismay. His uncle snorted and rolled his eyes at me. I knew he wondered where that came from. He should have known. The kid’s father (uncle’s brother) used that phrase when our kids were losing in a game and proclaiming life wasn’t fair. Dave … Read more