Love is…
Feb15

Love is…

By Lisa Jenkins-Moore     What comes to mind when you hear that phrase? In a world where the word “love” is tossed about flippantly and defined in ways many of us never imagined, is love more than a mere perception? Can it be an absolute? It seems we often hear the word “love” in the context of tolerance. As Christ-followers, we are admonished to “Love God and love others,” but honestly, do we even know what that means? As the mom of...

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Recipes Fresh From the Garden
Feb11

Recipes Fresh From the Garden

Whether you’ve got aspirations of a flourishing garden or are content to fully rely on your local farmers market, fresh produce punches up a dish in plenty of ways. From vibrant herbs to juicy vegetables, this month we’ve chosen an all-veggie menu that’ll help inspire you for the season to come.     Caprese Salad Stacks WITH MARINATED RED BELL PEPPERS Makes: 2 stacks  |  Time: About 15 minutes   for the stacks: 2 tablespoons olive oil...

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Weekend in Midtown – A Revitalized Miami Mosaic Where South Beach Meets Street Art
Feb04

Weekend in Midtown – A Revitalized Miami Mosaic Where South Beach Meets Street Art

A Revitalized Miami Mosaic Where South Beach Meets Street Art By Jennifer Simonson   Miami had never been at the top of my travel bucket list. Despite my love of Latin American culture and beautiful beaches, I had long avoided the city, figuring it was just another flashy party destination that lacked any real culture. I decided to get off my travel high-horse, however,  when I was invited to Southern Florida to check out the city’s...

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Yard to Table – Foodscaping That Looks as Good as it Tastes
Feb04

Yard to Table – Foodscaping That Looks as Good as it Tastes

Foodscaping That Looks as Good as it Tastes BY MIMI GREENWOOD KNIGHT Landscaping our yards adds to their curb appeal, to say nothing of what it does for our spirits to be surrounded by ever- changing beauty. But whether you live on a ranch with acreage or a lot in the suburbs, your landscape can do more than just look nice. It can feed you the freshest fruits, vegetables, and herbs grown just outside your door. Edible trees and plants...

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Personalized Pampering – Natural Skin DIYs To Sooth Skin
Feb04

Personalized Pampering – Natural Skin DIYs To Sooth Skin

  Handcrafted Help for Skin That Needs Soothing By Audrey Ashe   Plenty of things can cause or exacerbate dry skin, such as harsh soaps, hot water, and of course, the inescapable freeze of winter. Low humidity and wind, along with excessive heat to counter the cold, cause our skin to lose moisture at a faster rate, leaving it cracked, itchy, and chapped. And though winter is the worst for many, naturally dry skin can be a challenge no...

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