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By Pastor Keith Chandler A bunch of unconnected thoughts for Father’s Day: One summer evening during a violent thunderstorm, a mother was tucking her small son into bed. She was just about to turn off the light when he asked … Continue reading Who’s Your Daddy?
Hi, my name is Harley, and today I am going to talk about summertime. So the origin of summertime is really cool and I really like it. It originated a long time ago. So kids used to go to school … Continue reading Kidz Korner: Summertime
The Fourth of July was traditionally celebrated as America’s birthday, but the idea of an annual day specifically celebrating the Flag is believed to have first originated in 1885. BJ Cigrand, a schoolteacher, arranged for the pupils in the Fredonia, … Continue reading The History of Flag Day
Patrick Henry used the phrase in his last public speech, given in March 1799, in which he denounced The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions. Clasping his hands and swaying unsteadily, Henry declaimed, “Let us trust God, and our better judgment to set us right hereafter. United we stand, divided we fall. Let us not split into factions which must destroy that union upon which our existence hangs.” At the end of his oration, Henry fell into the arms of bystanders and was carried almost lifeless into a nearby tavern. Two months afterward, he had died. The phrase also appears in the … Continue reading United We Stand
Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University When I found a good spot for an office next to Sickles High School, the owner had several rather old cacti on the property. I really did not want to get … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors: The Florida Cactus
The Pasco Sheriff’s Office Maritime Operations Unit wants to share some important reminders for safe boating. While we encourage everyone to have fun on the water, being safe while on a boat is imperative. Taking a few easy steps before … Continue reading Boating Safety
Samantha Taylor, Samantha Taylor Fitness Have you ever wondered why you do the same thing over and over again when it causes you pain or frustration? I have asked this question for years because I used to struggle eating foods that I would regret, but then do it again. I had all the “knowledge” about food and nutrition, but I still couldn’t stop eating unhealthy food. Many years ago, I started to search in the Bible for answers to this and I found scriptures that talk about being transformed by the renewing of your mind. That word transformed means metamorphosis, … Continue reading How to Transform Your Mind to Change Behavior
The campaign to celebrate the nation’s fathers did not meet with the same enthusiasm—perhaps because, as one florist explained, “fathers haven’t the same sentimental appeal that mothers have.” On July 5, 1908, a West Virginia church sponsored the nation’s first … Continue reading The Origin of Father’s Day
A Supermarket On A Tree Prevents 300 diseases! 9x MORE iron than spinach! 14x MORE calcium than in milk! 4x MORE potassium than in bananas! 4x MORE fiber than oats! 2x MORE protein than in eggs! Imagine a tree in … Continue reading The Moringa Oleifera—The Tree of Life!
A Recipe from Kay’s Kitchen: Spinach, Kale, Moringa & Goat Cheese Frittata 1. Start by sauteing ½ lb. of ground lamb or your meat of choice with chopped garlic. 2. Add 2 cups of the spinach, kale, morninga leaves, and ½ teaspoon of dried thyme, then cover pan for 3 minutes on medium. 3. Beat 8 eggs with ¼ teaspoon of Himalayan salt & ¼ tablespoon of red pepper flakes. 4. Pour the egg mixture, ground lamb, and the greens into a 12×12 baking pan or iron skillet. Make sure you grease the baking pan with 2-3 tablespoons of olive … Continue reading Recipes from Kay’s kitchen
President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day. He established the day as a time for “public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country.” It’s certainly true that no nation is … Continue reading Thanks, Mom… We Love You
By Dr. Dianne Coflin Have you ever felt you were drifting in life? Maybe you are not sure of your direction not confident in your decision making. Possibly you thought life was heading one way and then you suddenly find … Continue reading Are You Drifting?
By Samantha Taylor Samantha Taylor Fitness A mom dedicates so much of her life to raise her children, investing her time to be there for whatever her kids need. And in the midst of caring for everyone else, mom often doesn’t take care of her own health. She carefully packs everyone’s lunch but her own. She makes sure everyone gets to their sports and activities but not her own. What mom doesn’t realize sometimes is that by not taking care of herself, she cannot give as much as she can to those kids because many times, she is just tired. … Continue reading Honoring Mom
Tax Collector Mike Fasano’s Offices Features CARES’ “Pet Project” as the Charitable Giving Campaign for the Month of May Tax Collector Mike Fasano’s five offices will feature CARES (Community Aging & Retirement Services) as the charitable organization for the month of May, 2021. “Do it Fur Love!” is the slogan of the month’s campaign. All proceeds from the promotional effort will benefit CARES, and specifically the Pet Project, a program to help the elderly take care of their pets. CARES provides programs and services that help older adults stay in their homes by providing support to them, their caregivers and … Continue reading Mike Fasano’s Offices Features CARES’ “Pet Project”
See page 8 for details! Enter to win tickets to the Bay Area Renaissance Festival now happening through May 23rd, weekends only—must receive your entry ASAP. 6 winners will receive 2 admission tickets! Continue reading Win Tickets to the Renaissance Festival!
By Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University On a recent trip with my niece Michelle and my daughter Fionna to the Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach, I was fortunate enough to photograph wood storks, egrets, green herons, … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors: The Beautiful Snowy Egret
Pastor Kathleen Peck will be hosting the presentation and classes on the High Priest Garments and teaching on the Melchizedek Priesthood. The topic is on the Garment of the High Priest, detailing the ephod and the breastplate. The twelve jewels … Continue reading The Breastplate of the High Priest
By Dan Coflin, River of Life Church History is replete with political, military and religious leaders who have made claims to a position of deity and have, at times, successfully convinced those they led to believe their claims. What makes … Continue reading Who Do You Believe?