The Prayer Promise

There aren’t a lot of things in life that I will say, “I absolutely know.” But this is one of them. God is good and He answers prayer. I don’t carelessly throw around the phrase, “I’ll be praying for you.”

So my promise to you is this. No matter who you are, stranger or friend, longtime believer in Christ or far from God, if you ask me to pray for you, I will do it. Your name and prayer request will go onto my list in my Bible where it will then be lifted up heavenward to God on your behalf. Send me an email with as much or as little information as you want.

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– ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISSI.

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GRANDMOTHER HILL’S CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS

GRANDMOTHER HILL’S CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS

My mother-in-law, Louise Hill, made the absolute best chicken and dumplings in the world! She made a pot for almost every family gathering. Like a lot of older folks, she didn't use a recipe--just add a little of this and a dab of that. She was visiting my daughter,...

Authentic Appalachian Cooking

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IN MEMORY OF BREAD- A GREAT, INFORMATIVE READ

My adult daughter, a fitness expert, had been talking to me about the problems with gluten in our diet. I would smile politely and hoped she'd go on to the next subject soon. When I saw Paul Graham's book, In Memory of Wheat, I thought of her and decided to read...

Food with Friends–The Art of Simple Gatherings-Review

Food with Friends–The Art of Simple Gatherings-Review

A Pretty Cookbook- But not much substance.I really wanted to like this cookbook. The full-color photographs and art work are lovely. The premise of the book is simple, yet special gatherings, such as an impromptu picnic or an effortless brunch. It sounds great. Easy...