Reading for enjoyment at home and in your spare time used to be the norm in most families. Today there are too many things competing with the book. Many moms, dads, and kids neglect reading for fun and consider it a task to complete for school or work. Let’s learn how to develop a culture of reading in families, schools, and churches.
The Smell of Bread baking in the oven brings me back to my childhood. I would come home from school and my mom would have a table full of wonderful loaves of bread and rolls. It was a child’s delight. At my table, I’ll share my favorite bread memories and bread recipes.
The following are seven devotions for your week. They may help you if you need something to encourage you and ask yourself faith questions.
Eggsactly – Why are Eggs and Easter associated together and what is so great about eggs nutritionally? At my table, I’m going to answer your questions about Easter Eggs, Nutrition and an Easter Menu.
My husband and I took a last-minute trip to National Parks in Utah in the middle of November 2020. After our 9-day trip, I’ll share what you should see at Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Moab, and why a late fall trip is the best time to go.
Ever wish you could ask a librarian what books they recommend and what to read? I can do this any day I choose because I have sisters that are twins and they are both school library media specialists. They are sharing their lists of favorite books for adults and kids.
I believe in my immune system because I treat it right. Build it up with the foods that promote the best immune system. You can build your immunity to fight off sickness and viruses battling their way into your cells. Have a seat at my table as I share my best foods for the immune system.
The ever-popular Banana is a friend or foe of many. Let’s examine the best of a Banana and discover some new ways to eat them in Banana Recipes. Go Bananas with Nutrition and Recipes.
Why you should be in the community around my table. Learn the 21 Reasons to subscribe to Dabillaroundthetable monthly Email in 2021.
“Gotta Give it to God!” is exactly what we need to do when we face troubles and problems in this world. This new picture book written by Rochelle St. John Ruiz is a delight to read to your little ones or for yourself as an anytime read.