Monthly Archives: August 2011


“The LORD redeemeth the soul of His servants: and none of them that trust in Him shall be desolate.”(Psalm 34:22) I’ve been thinking a lot about the first part of Psalm 34:22, “The LORD redeems the life of His servants.” … Continue reading

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Submit To The Process

Do you ever have those moments where insanity seems to make sense? Like you actually think you may be going insane? Thinking over my life so far this year makes me think that. Not because my year has been bad, … Continue reading

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Blueberry Streusel Cobbler

Hey foodies! This week in Someone’s In The Kitchen we’re baking up a lovely fruit filled cobbler for y’all! Hmm, last week we used veggies and this week fruit? What’s with us lately? I know what you must be thinking, … Continue reading

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Album review for “Young Love” by Mat Kearney

It’s not uncommon for an artist to “re-invent” themselves. Sometimes, there will be hints of where a musician is going all throughout their career and one day that final destination is suddenly clear. Such is the case with Mat Kearney. … Continue reading

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Feature on Don’t Wake Aislin

You may not be familiar with indie rockers, Don’t Wake Aislin, just yet but with the release of their self-titled Ep, which just released in July, I think that’s about to change. I discovered this band on Twitter last month … Continue reading

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Broccoli Cheddar Chicken Braid

For the past two installments of Someone’s In The Kitchen we have shared a couple sweet treats with you guys; we have made cookies with an overabundance of chocolate chips, and pretzels filled with peanut butter and covered in chocolate. … Continue reading

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