Gluten-Free Recipes

Brussels Sprouts Au Gratin

--By Rene Tyson-- I walked into Kate's kitchen and she pounced at me, "Guess what we're making tonight?!  LOOK WHAT I FOUND ON THE INTERNET!" She shoved her phone in my face and I watched THE BEST VEGETABLE VIDEO OF ALL TIME:  All bright-eyed and giddy, Kate exclaimed, "Look! I bought all of the… Continue reading Brussels Sprouts Au Gratin

Home and Garden

Garden Time-Finally!

--By Kate Andres--Last night was fun. Not like having an amazing party fun, but doing something that I enjoy with the ONE child that enjoys it also. Last night my garden went into the ground. Well, parts of the garden anyways. We ended up planting tomatoes: Snow whites, Delicious, Cherokee Cherry tomatoes (they are dark… Continue reading Garden Time-Finally!

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Gluten-Free Recipes

REAL Tacos

--By Rene Tyson-- Eating Gluten-Free can be a little bit daunting. I remember growing up with bread at practically every meal.  If we didn't have rolls or flour tortillas then I would get a piece of plain white bread and eat it with the meal.  I continued this trend into my marriage and for a… Continue reading REAL Tacos

Gluten-Free Recipes

Best Grilled Vegetables

--By Rene Tyson-- Bryan came home with this recipe from a coworker. My husband, who loves to GRILL, was delighted to hear about grilled vegetables! Grilled veggies became a staple in our house from that day forward. (Side-note--it's called "grilling," for those of us not from the South. I always said, "Bar-B-Q" for anything cooked… Continue reading Best Grilled Vegetables

Home and Garden

Clean Car Tips (from a naturally messy person)

--By Rene Tyson--Let’s be honest. We all make assumptions about others based on first impressions and others make assumptions about us. If it is within our control, why not make it easy for people to assume nice things about us? Last week I pulled up to the school to drop my children off and a… Continue reading Clean Car Tips (from a naturally messy person)

Words of Wisdom

Becoming Brave

--By Rene Tyson-- Have you ever been afraid but you are not sure what is causing the fear? Proverbs 28: 1 says, “The wicked flee when no one pursues, but the righteous are bold as a lion.” There was a time in my life when I was constantly afraid. This verse caught my eye because… Continue reading Becoming Brave

Home and Garden

Clean That Table!

--Kate Andres-- On Reigning in the PILES   I think we should make a group. We can call ourselves Pilers Anonymous. I am a piler. I pile things everywhere. It seems to be a learned thing. My parents are pilers and that is fine. Their piles are much smaller than mine and I always have… Continue reading Clean That Table!

Words of Wisdom

Mary and Martha- Mary’s side

From Scripture Comes to Life: Luke 10:38-42--by Rene Tyson--   The Teacher is coming to our house!!  Everyone has heard of the great things he has said and done and since my brother Lazarus is a respected man, he was sitting at the city gates when Jesus’s party arrived.  Lazarus saw the Teacher a little… Continue reading Mary and Martha- Mary’s side

Words of Wisdom

The Hem of Jesus’s Cloak

From: Scripture Comes to Life: Luke 8:43-48 --by Rene Tyson-- I had been bleeding for 12 years. When it first began, I didn’t realize how serious my condition was and I figured that any day the bleeding would stop. After three weeks I went to the first of many doctors. After three years they still… Continue reading The Hem of Jesus’s Cloak