A Mom’s Prayer

Today I want to raise my voice to you O Lord, I want to sing a new song before you. A gratitude song. How can I thank you for allowing me the privilege to be called “Mom”? Mom, the first word they said. How can I thank you? How can I thank you for making […]

The Greener Grass Conspiracy by Stephen Altrogge, a Review

Let’s face it, we are ungrateful and discontent people, and we still dare to call ourselves Christians. We needed a book like this one. In his book, The Greener Grass Conspiracy: Finding Contentment on Your Side of the Fence, Stephen Altrogge  deals with the problem of discontentment in the life of the Christian. Discontentment, he […]

Doctrines in the Kitchen

During April I invite you to follow a wonderful series that I will be hosting at my blog entitled, Doctrines in the Kitchen. During this series, a wonderful group of godly Reformed women will be sharing about different doctrines and how these have influenced their lives. (The list of contributors is a secret, a surprise […]

The Organized Heart, A Woman’s guide to Conquering Chaos by Staci Eastin -My Review-

I dare to say that this is undoubtedly the first and most important book any Christian woman who wants to start living a disciplined and organized life should read. Through its easy and very engaging prose, the author, Staci Eastin, deals with the issues of the heart that are behind the scenes of the chaos […]

Love, Love!, Love? -Part Four-

This is the last part of this series in which we have been considering what true love is. Enjoy and be edified by these words of J.C. Ryle. IV. Let me show, lastly, “why love is called the ‘greatest’ of the graces.” The words of Paul, on this subject, are distinct and unmistakable. He winds […]

Love, Love!, Love? -Part Three-

I hope you are enjoying this series as much as I am! Let us keep on reading J.C Ryle’s words on LOVE ♥ III. Let me show, thirdly, “where the love of the Bible comes.” “Love, such as I have described, is certainly not natural to man. Naturally, we are all more or less selfish, […]

Love, Love!, Love? -Part 2-

Yesterday  we read J.C Ryle’s  thoughts on The Place Which the Bible Gives to Love; today we will continue this series; I pray you will be blessed by these reflections. “II. Let me show secondly, “what the love of the Bible really is.” I think it of great importance to have clear views on this […]

Love, Love!, Love? -Part One-

Love is in the air, but what is love anyway? J.C Ryle has a few wise words to say… “LOVE is rightly called “the Queen of Christian graces.” “The goal of this command,” says Paul, “is love” (1 Timothy 1:5). It is a grace which all people profess to admire. It seems a plain practical […]

A Caffeinated Jello

I was thinking about making this easy and delicious desert for this weekend, but then I thought of you. I am sure you will love it… So here is the recipe for my favorite Coffee Jello (I am sure you have everything you need in your pantry) Ingredients: 2 envelopes of gelatin 9 tbsp soluble […]

Marriage and Wine

Marriage is a gift from God, and so is wine. Both are  symbols of  God’s blessing throughout the Bible. Marriage and wine, both are costly, and both should get better over time. We have learned to invest in our marriage, we travel together and leave the kids behind, because we know that we need to […]

Saturdays are for Enjoying Good Poetry

I recently discovered that Monergism’s blog, Reformation Theology,  has a great section of poetry written by Nathan Pitchford. Diversely Excellent, is one of those great poems: True Son of God, true Son of Man, Both terrible and fair, What various attributes you span! Perfections ah! how rare, How vast are in your person blent, And […]

Reaching Out… In Your Home

When most of us think about reaching out to those who are not in the Covenant of Grace, we think of missionary trips, or reaching out through supporting missionaries all over the world; and of course that is absolutely correct; but what about opening your home to reach out? Have you ever thought about hospitality […]

Last Minute Espresso Brownies for Christmas

Still undecided on what dessert you want to prepare for your family and friends this Christmas? I want to share with you a delicious and simple recipe. I really hope you like it. Espresso Brownies What you need: 1 beaten egg 1 (21 1/2 ounce) pkg. fudge brownie mix 1/4 c. cooking oil 1/4 c. […]

A Caffeinated Christmas

I have recently found great articles, concerning the Incarnation of our Lord among our Caffeinated Calvinists Network, and thought that you might be interested in visiting some of them. Jon shares with us something that would make a great gift idea, the book A Puritan Bible Primer,please read an excerpt from the book, one of […]