Whether you are on a camp out or just eating a fun meal with your family, this Dutch Oven Deep Dish Pizza is a crowd pleaser on any occasion.
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There is a change in the wind. Yes, at workplaces, on the web, and in the media, people are talking about food storage. People from all walks of life, all economic strata and all parts of the country are now heard saying they "just have a feeling" they should be preparing - and first and foremost that they should be storing food. And now a government study gives some important reasons why.
Sugar is sweet, delicious, irresistible … and negatively impacts every part of our bodies including our bones! Learn more and discover an amazing educational resource for addressing Osteoporosis without drugs. Today’s article includes three delightful healthy cookie recipes that are just right for a cold winter day when you need a treat.
This week, I interview Michelle Linford, the founder and administrator for LDS Hope and Healing, on the subject of sexual wholeness in marriage. Couples in recovery from pornography/sexual addiction and betrayal trauma often have questions and struggles around how to bring sexual wholeness to their marriages. Here we discuss some of their most common questions.
I have heard about children cutting off communication with their parents, but I never imagined it would happen to us. Then, poof, it did. Our daughter-in-law, after 16 years of marriage to our son, decided that we haven't loved and respected her enough and that we should thus not be allowed to communicate with their five wonderful children.
Every year of my childhood and adolescence, I hoped that Valentine’s Day would be the day that someone would come out of the woodwork and admit that they’d liked me all along, just never had the courage to say something. But all those years I was overlooking the secret admirer that made all the difference.
Those seasoned in marriage have wisdom I value and cannot offer, but as I look through the lens of “the honeymoon phase”, I see that there are tangible reasons that newly-wed bliss exists—reasons even those 30 years into marriage may be able to learn from.