Still trying to decide what to make on Easter Sunday? With the infamous Easter dinner just around the corner, we thought we would give you a few easy side dish recipes to make your life a little easier. As always, … Continue reading
Blessings on this Monday! I’m excited to have our Pastors wife, Jennifer Landrith contributing on our Monday posts! Thanks Jen for your thoughts on Fall! Ditto on everything you said! I love Fall too! Can’t wait to try the yummy recipes you shared!
—-Julie Woodruff- Long Hollow Women’s Minister—-
I love Fall!
“Be patient then brothers until the Lord’s coming, ” (James 5:7 ) See how the farmer waits for the land to yield its valuable crop and how patient he is for the autumn and spring rains.
I know we are all patiently awaiting the Lord’s return but it sure is nice that while we are here on this earth that He gives us something to look forward to along the way. One thing I look forward to each year is the autumn season. I love fall! I love football, apple cobbler, pumpkin muffins, big pots of soup, mums, leaves changing, hot chocolate etc… I love all the fall colors and what this season is all about. It is a great time of year and brings in some great weather to enjoy too! My favorite time of the year is when I can wear a big sweatshirt to the games but I don’t have to wear a coat yet! I also love sitting around an outdoor fireplace at my friends house or our fire pit and enjoying making s’mores. Ok can you tell I am fired up for fall! God is so good to give us the fall to enjoy especially in Tennessee!! I thought I would start off the season by sharing some fall recipes with you:
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread Continue reading
St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, and while most of us won’t celebrate by going to the “pub”, there are still several ways to enjoy this colorful, festive day!
Whether you’re getting together with friends or hanging out with your family, why not take this opportunity to talk about the things that make you consider yourself lucky? Can’t think of much? How about the friends or family you have? Or the way God loves you? Chances are, if you take a minute to think about it, your list-o-luck is quite lengthy!
From the Long Hollow Women’s Ministry to you, Happy early St. Patrick’s Day!
Here are a few items that might be fun to try or good to know:
1. Did you know…
St. Patrick’s Day is the most widely celebrated saint’s day in the world (which would include St. Valentine’s Day)! It is observed by the Catholic Church, the Anglican Communion (especially the Church of Ireland), the Eastern Orthodox Church and Lutheran Church. It commemorates Saint Patrick (c. AD 387–461), the most commonly recognized of the patron saints of Ireland, and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland.
2. Click here for St. Patty’s Day crafts and decorations, including straw toppers, table arrangements, and even clover hair-pins!
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5. And for dessert, of course…Lucky Charm cupcakes! Click here to find the recipe!
Will you try any of these that we’ve listed?
Let us know what you think!