Passover and the Feast of Unleavened bread have long been thought of as only Jewish holidays. I used to think so too, until YHWH (God) began to open my eyes to understand that He only has one set of family rules. As a believer in Yeshua (Jesus), I am “grafted in” to His family tree. So, I have chosen to follow the family rules as outlined in YHWHs own word,… Continue Reading
It’s From The Farm Friday again! My favorite from last week’s hop is one that reminded me of something I’ve wanted to do for some time – Obtain a big old stack of cloth napkins so I don’t have to buy paper napkins anymore. I planned on making them…and it hasn’t happened yet so maybe I’ll just have to do what she did. It’s right up my bargain-hunting alley!
This year is possibly a shmitah year, which means a sabbath year for the land – letting it rest. Our farming forefathers understood the value of letting the land rest, whether the did it because they followed Torah or not. Everything that grows or produces needs rest from time to time! I’m just learning about shmitah (you can learn more about it here) There is so much disagreement about… Continue Reading
If you’re trying to find an alternative to chemical-laden fabric softeners, you might want to give dryer balls a try. They help dry your clothes more quickly, soften and reduce static I’ve been using dryer balls for a couple of years now, but they are PVC…which is probably just as bad. An alternative to PVC dryer balls is
It’s amazing how people that we’ve never even met can touch our lives. A great example of this is my husband’s Grandma Fanny. She passed away years ago, and I never met her…but every time I make baked custard, I think of her. My husband told me the story of how early one morning, Grandma Fanny made two perfect custard pies. Now, she had always made great custard pies… Continue Reading
May the shalom of YHWH and our Messiah Yeshua be with you and yours this Sabbath day.