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We’re Home!

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The drive home went well even though we were all really tired.  One of our lessons learned, stay an extra day after the conference to recover from marathon conference sessions!

We stuck to our no fast food rule very successfully.  Read More

The drive home went well even though we were all really tired.  One of our lessons learned, stay an extra day after the conference to recover from marathon conference sessions! We stuck to our no fast food rule very successfully. 

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Day Three! Feeding The Spirit, Listening To Your Grandmother (Not The FDA), Act Like Christians

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Day three!  You know how when you are really looking forward to something and you’ve built it up in your mind, you really hope that it lives up to your expectations?  Well, this conference didn’t just live up to expectations, it exceeded it!  We are challenge and inspired and just plain fired up! Read More

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyR0HEhVzsU?rel=0] Day three!  You know how when you are really looking forward to something and you’ve built it up in your mind, you really hope that it lives up to your expectations?  Well, this conference didn’t just live up to expectations, it exceeded it!  We are challenge and inspired and just plain fired up!

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Righteous Models For Farming, Cooking Is Biblical and Other Thoughts From Day 2!

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Again, what a day!

There’s no way we can capture in a single post the depth of the wisdom and revelation we’ve experienced these two days! Today was just jammed packed!  The first session started at 8:30AM and the last keynote of the night, Joel Salatin, didn’t take the podium until 9:45PM!  Help!  We are at a conference with a bunch of over-achievers! Read More

Michelle Duggar with our daughters!

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-LiiW3ybNc] Again, what a day! There’s no way we can capture in a single post the depth of the wisdom and revelation we’ve experienced these two days! Today was just jammed packed!  The first session started at 8:30AM and the last keynote of the night, Joel Salatin, didn’t take the podium until 9:45PM!  Help! […]

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Day 2 Schedule of The Reformation of Food & the Family Conference

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Can’t wait to get to the conference this morning!  (But first, some coffee!!!)

We’ve planned our course of action.  Here’s where we’re headed. Read More

Can’t wait to get to the conference this morning!  (But first, some coffee!!!) We’ve planned our course of action.  Here’s where we’re headed.

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Wow, Oh Wow!

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Seriously folks it’s going to take a while for all we’ve heard and learned today to percolate through our writing.

So many words of wisdom being declared into the Kingdom of God for the teaching of His people.

Tonight we’ll try to capture just a few of the highlights, some of our favorite moments and quotes. Read More

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[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W1VPLPF_ps] Seriously folks it’s going to take a while for all we’ve heard and learned today to percolate through our writing. So many words of wisdom being declared into the Kingdom of God for the teaching of His people. Tonight we’ll try to capture just a few of the highlights, some of our favorite […]

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On the Agenda Today at The Reformation of Food & the Family Conference

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We’ve checked in and got our seats for the opening session of the conference, “Food Fight: Bringing Christian Charity and Practical Wisdom to the Present Food Debates within the Body of Christ.”  We’re so excited to be among so many like-minded people!

We’re splitting up to cover all the workshops we want to attend.  For today, Read More

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We’ve checked in and got our seats for the opening session of the conference, “Food Fight: Bringing Christian Charity and Practical Wisdom to the Present Food Debates within the Body of Christ.”  We’re so excited to be among so many like-minded people! We’re splitting up to cover all the workshops we want to attend.  For […]

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To-Do List For Summer 2012

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[Update: Want to see which things on our list we got done?  Read our recap here.]

We are ready to have fun and make some memories!  Here are very serious and very important to-do list for the summer:

(Some of these are for the kids, some are for our husbands, some are just for us and some are for the whole family!) Read More

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[Update: Want to see which things on our list we got done?  Read our recap here.] We are ready to have fun and make some memories!  Here are very serious and very important to-do list for the summer: (Some of these are for the kids, some are for our husbands, some are just for us […]

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A Camping Trip & Learning to Adapt

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Last week our hubbies surprised us with a camping trip.  We knew one was coming but thought it would be the first part of April.  You see both our families recently purchased older used campers.  We got a great deal on a 1979 Apache and Daja and her family picked up a sweet little camper that her husband immediately began customizing to fit them.  So we knew the men were anxiously awaiting the first “shake-down” trip.  Daja and I were hoping it would be April because our March Menu Plans did not reflect camping.  OK, so that didn’t work out.  That meant we had to adapt.  Both of us had done all our major shopping for the month and neither of us had the extra money to run right out and buy a whole different set of meals… and we just didn’t want to. Read More

Daddies were out on a walk with the kids so Daja and I poured a couple of glasses as we prepped dinner.

Last week our hubbies surprised us with a camping trip.  We knew one was coming but thought it would be the first part of April.  You see both our families recently purchased older used campers.  We got a great deal on a 1979 Apache and Daja and her family picked up a sweet little camper […]