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Elizabeth P

I am a recovering Army brat who loves to travel and start new adventures. My handsome husband and I met at Oklahoma Christian University and he whisked me away to Kansas. So, I bought some ruby red high heels and made Topeka my home. I have a rough and rowdy Princess 4-year-old girl, amazing twin boys (almost 3) and a newborn baby girl who all make every day an adventure. We are grateful to be part of an amazing church in Topeka who regularly challenges and encourages our whole family. I have been both a full-time working mom and a stay-at-home-mom and/or both at the same time at one point or another. I am constantly seeking God’s wisdom on “balancing it all” and following His plan for my life, not mine.

Super Soup Series: Harvest Soup and Beer Bread

This harvest soup recipe came to life when I was desperately needing a good dinner and I had to play Chopped in my own kitchen. Menu planning fail. We’ve all been there, ha! Harvest Soup is so great during the fall but it is a total comfort food for me all winter long. I love […]

Inconvenient Hospitality AND Easy Feed-a-Crowd Meatballs and Cheater Tomato Sauce with Pasta

  I grew up in a home where my parents entertained pretty frequently. We always had people in our house for my dad’s job, or church fellowship, or just because my mom, who is a natural hostess, invited someone over that night.  My mom has always impressed me with how she can entertain in a […]

Rise Up, O You Sleeper, Awake! — The Audacity To Be A Godly Woman

My husband is Superdad. He sent me away for a weekend with my mom to Beth Moore’s Living Proof Live Simulcast in Wichita last year. Spiritual Nourishment I don’t know about any of the other moms of little kids out there, but I’m drained. Don’t get me wrong, I love being a mommy, but I’ll tell […]

Book Review: ONWARD by Dr. Russell Moore

Disclaimer:  We did receive a copy of this book to review but all opinions are 100% are own. It happens every election cycle. The nation seems to be in a desperate place and voters are full of fear at what might come. Fear. It permeates our world, it seems to inform our desperate actions and […]