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Coloring a Spectrum of God’s Love

Let’s celebrate National Coloring Day! Friends at Cinnamah-Brosia’s Coffee Cottage love coffee and coloring pages. Go ahead. Grab your colors and coloring book, and let your creativity shine! The word color always brings to my mind a favorite Bible verse from The Message version: Matthew 5:14-16 Here’s another way to put it: You’re here to be […]

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Skyline of the Old City at the Western Wall and Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel.

Seraphim Worshipping Shook the Foundation – Earthquakes Could Not Topple It

Tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, ice storms, blizzards – all accompanied by waves of destruction of property. Buildings constructed to last are bent like toothpicks. Decades old trees topple. Sadly, often lives are lost as well. After 3 millennium of earthquakes in the area, the foundation of the temple in Jerusalem is still standing. Here’s how […]

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Victorian Beauty – Treasures and Pleasures from Novel-Research

When you’re writing a Victorian Era novel, what could be better than a Victorian mansion featuring Victorian wedding gowns? My friend and I caught the last day of the “Wedding Belles on Millionaires Row Exhibition” at the Woodruff-Fontaine House in Memphis’ Victorian Village. From the oddly arranged 2-sided courting chair and courting candle to all […]

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We Trust You Will Enjoy Lemon-Chamomile Shortbread Cookies

Adding sprinkles to Lemon Chamomile Shortbread Cookies gave them an Autumn flair. Trust us when we tell you they were a party-hit. We believe drizzling a little powder sugar and milk icing over them takes them to the next level of delicious-with-your-coffee goodness. We found the recipe for the Lemon Chamomile Shortbread Cookies at Country […]

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Fig Cookie Favorites

What’s your favorite cookie now? What was it as a child? Chocolate Chip? Oatmeal? Oreos? Fig Newtons? I loved all of these — still do. Cinnamah-Brosia hopped over to Pinterest and found us this recipe for homemade Fig cookies — they look a whole lot like Fig Newtons! She assures me they are even tastier. […]

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A Humble Background Enhances Our Acts of Love

Come Take a Sneak Peak Into The Essence of Humility . . . The Essence of Flax in the Bible Botanical Name: Linum usitatissimum; all portions of the plant used for clothing, food, and more; native to the Fertile Crescent (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, southeastern Turkey and western Iran) My grandmother knew […]

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