As we plan for a new year, let’s count the cost of our goals and see if they are eternally valuable.
Apples, cinnamon, brown sugar…yum! Cooking apple slices on the stovetop is quite simple, and it’s a great way to add a little variety to your fruit options. Give this delicious side a try, tweak it to suit your taste, and see if it fits on your Christmas menu. Ingredients 1 pound (2 large or 3Continue reading “Stovetop Apples”
While most of us remember to give thanks for home, family, and pumpkin pie, all too often we overlook the little things.
Wouldn’t you like to know that you’re doing the work of the Lord? And wouldn’t you like to be sure that you’re doing it in His way? If your answer to these questions is “yes,” you might be interested in a sermon in two parts fittingly titled “Doing the Lord’s Work in the Lord’s Way”Continue reading “Doing the Lord’s Work in the Lord’s Way”
We all have probably made this mistake at some point in our lives. It’s very easy to do. But it’s also one of the most crippling things that we could do to ourselves. We look backward. We dwell on our past mistakes. And, boy, have we made some mistakes, too: Saying things that were moreContinue reading “Don’t Look Back”
Distractions abound in all areas of life. Every day we are bombarded with ideas.
If you are going to fulfill your unique purpose, you must carry on. You can’t quit when the adrenaline runs out.
In the end, we each have to piece together the information we need to carry out our own unique purpose.
By living debt-free you may have to settle for less at first, but at least your resources will be your own until you can save for better.