Monthly Archives: March 2011

Who God Says I am

If we were honest, all of us girls would admit that we’ve been there… let’s face it every girl at one time or another has had what I like to call a “Dressing Room Meltdown”. Here’s the scenario: You’re in … Continue reading

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Easy Chicken Alfredo & Lemon Angel Cake Roll

Welcome back to Someone’s In The Kitchen! This week we have a couple recipes to share with you guys that are a little lower in fat than our usual fair. A lighter version of an Italian favorite and lovely dessert … Continue reading

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Album review for “Passion: Here for You” by Passion

            The Passion Conference is one of the biggest events in praise and worship music. Top acts like Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Charlie Hall, and David Crowder*Band come together to perform their original songs (most specially written for the occasion) … Continue reading

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Guest Blog – “The Insidious Nature of Pornography” by Josh Cunningham

Hello friends! This week we continue our series on dating and relationships with a guest blog from a great blogger who I stumbled upon on Xanga.com, Mr. Josh Cunningham. I just so happened to find his blog one day while … Continue reading

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Oatmeal Pancakes & Red Bull Pancakes

Ah Pancakes… the food that defies breakfast by being just as delicious for lunch, dinner, or even a snack! Yes, this edition of Someone’s In The Kitchen is devoted to: pancake love! What makes these fluffy, golden brown, little cakes … Continue reading

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Album review for “The Valley” by Eisley

            After a long break, Eisley is back with their third full length album, “The Valley.” This family affair (four siblings and one cousin) from Tyler, TX, unveil a whole new crop of beautiful songs to enjoy.             The record … Continue reading

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Album review for “Barton Hollow” by The Civil Wars

           Leonardo Da Vinci once said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” I couldn’t agree more. I’ve found that often the most profound and honest things in life come without bells and whistles. The same could be said of The Civil Wars. … Continue reading

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