Can’t Buy Me Love . . . (Pt 3)

Once again, I will start with the disclaimer, that I do not feel that the Beatles have lived a life worth emulating as a Christian, but they seemed to have learned a lesson that the modern church still struggles with.  I almost entitled today’s post from the 1972 song “Where is the Love” by RobertaContinue reading “Can’t Buy Me Love . . . (Pt 3)”

Yours, Mine, and Ours . . .

In 1968 there was a movie by the same name. It was about a man and woman, learning to love one another while accepting the blending of two families with the children. The children had to learn to love and respect each other as well as their parent’s decision to remarry. Though it is aContinue reading “Yours, Mine, and Ours . . .”

A Recipe for Shepherd’s Pie . . .

This recipe is as old as the hills, one may say. But this particular recipe has been a staple in the pantry of many Christians on and off again since 1966, originating in the Fort Lauderdale area. It began with a well intended effort to stave off a legitimate hunger. This hunger came about “outContinue reading “A Recipe for Shepherd’s Pie . . .”