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swai with me

February 25th, 2015 | Posted in Recipes by Mary Bondarenko-Manzuk
Dive into a delicious and simple recipe that'll have your taste buds singing "Sway with Me" along with Dean Martin. With Asian-influenced ingredients, you will feel like you are on a tropical vacation in the Pacific, while sitting in the comfort of your own home. read more...

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hanging moss plants

February 25th, 2015 | Posted in Create by Brittany Laurie Reenan
These hanging plant balls are super easy and fun to make, although a bit messy! They originated in Japanese horticulture and can be made several different ways, but this is how I like to do it! read more...

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when “Jesus loves me” is hard to sing

February 25th, 2015 | Posted in Articles by Alicia Dallas
Two weeks ago we were going through the most difficult trial we have experienced as a family. Our sweet Little E started having seizures one morning—no fever, no fall, no issues—she just started seizing. Her first seizure happened here at home; she began to turn blue and her breathing was extremely labored. read more...

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taking all burdens off

February 25th, 2015 | Posted in Cathe's Notes by Cathe Laurie
Nothing is so satisfying as having a list at the end of the day with all the boxes checked off. And nothing makes me feel defeated like an unchecked list that only grows longer tomorrow. It has been said that the human heart will always try to make our salvation about us, what we do, and not about Him and what He has done. We preach salvation by grace alone, but often we drift backwards and take it upon ourselves to earn it. read more...

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russian blintzes: classic crepes with cottage cheese filling

February 12th, 2015 | Posted in Recipes by Vera Chaplin
Who doesn't like crepes? It's a perfect desert for any occasion and it's not as hard to make as it seems! I must say that it is quite an inviting desert, even for not-so-sweet-tooth people like myself. Not only is it a colorful and esthetically pleasant desert, but it is also a very practical one. Crepes can be made a day or two prior to any event, and they can stay in your refrigerator for up to a week. All you need to do is to reheat and give crepes a desired crispiness. Simply place it in a frying pan with some unsalted butter and sauté on both sides until brown. Irresistible and mouth-watering dish! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. read more...