The thermometer outside reads 92 degrees, and it’s only mid-morning. When the temperature soars this high, it’s essential to stay hydrated. Enter mint. These mint-inspired recipes will leave you cool and refreshed!
Why dash into the house to steam broccoli or roast potatoes to accompany that meat or fish on your grill? Plenty of summer salads and side dishes start on the grill. This one features crunchy jicama, red cabbage, and sweet pineapple in a light cilantro-lime dressing.
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about gratitude, and what it means to be grateful. And truly, I’m thankful for many things in my life. I extend my attention into the tips of my toes and feel the ground beneath the tread of my worn New Balances. The tingling sensation in my fingertips signals to me that yes, I am in fact alive.
All that we desire for our children can be unlocked through faith, with our mouths. Declarations are positive statements, supported in the Bible, that claim Godly outcomes. Here are 10 prayer declarations for your children and the children of the world.
Why do men and women continue to carry battle scars after a relationship folds? Months or even years later, the vestiges of a severed relationship may still hold fast. The Word of God has some answers for us. The Bible tells us, “He sent His word, and healed them” (Psalm 107:20).
Springtime is asparagus time! Magically, the bright green spears appear from under moist, dark soil. This recipe features earthy asparagus paired with sesame undertones and a hint of lemon. Refrigerating the silky blend allows each subtle flavor to make its statement.
Eat your carrots, folks! They are cheap, convenient, tasty, and healthy. The recipe below is a great lunch side dish, after-school snack, or breakfast treat. It can satisfy cravings for both crunchy and sweet. Kids can even learn to make this “no cook” salad.
Scurrying to clean up my kitchen one morning, the Lord spoke to me: “Slow down.” I had been rushing around to prepare a healthy breakfast and clean up, in order to get to more important things in my day. He kept speaking: “That’s what’s wrong with people today. They think of caring for themselves as ancillary to life. It is part of life.”
I watched the silver-haired gentleman back his truck up to the dock, gliding his fishing boat a third into the shallow water. The angle of the 8-foot motorboat tipped the craft awkwardly into the lake, as if it would take on water. “Feels like me,” I thought. I had big dreams, lots of time, and no idea where to start.