Healthy Brown Bread

This not only looks like a tasty recipe, but I love the way that he explained the difference between stone ground flour and regular flour. I never knew that the way most flour was processed caused it be broken down into three parts. I knew most of the nutrients were lost and that is why they added nutrition, but I did not realize that regular flour only contained 1/3 of the grain and that this might be one of the reasons why so many are now having trouble eating grains. Now I know why some say that there is so much religion to be found in a good loaf of bread.


Top 4 Benefits of Red Cabbage Juice That You Should Know

I found this article both informative and interesting.  I knew that eating cabbage was good for you, but I never thought about the benefit of drinking it.

Any nutritionist will tell you that eating fruits and vegetables is healthy for your body especially when taken raw. This is because heating or boiling denatures or destroys the nutritional value o…

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Video Creator’s Idea for Improving You Tube Tags

I came across this video while trying to learn more about how to set up a You Tube Channel.  I wonder how well his suggestion to put a distinct marker on one edge of the video works.  Taking a look at his tags the marker he put certainly stands out.  It is an interesting idea, and it might just work as long as the marker used is different enough to stand out of the crowd and not blend in looking like a hundred other similarly designed tags.


The Background Message

The Background Message

When we as Christians kick back our heels and take an afternoon or an evening off to relax and watch a good movie, do we analyze what we are watching? Have we asked ourselves why we believe that the movie is good an wholesome? Have we made sure that the message of the movie, forwards and backwards, front and back meets the standard given to us in God’s word?

Or do we just kick up our heels and turn off our minds.  Let our guard down, and slip into a comfortable state of oblivion.  Confident that all is well and because some friend, some youth leader, or pastor said that this movie, director, or studio made it, all will turn out well?

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