Thai Peanut Kale Salad
Thai Peanut Kale Salad
Jessica Vierra · Oct 4 2 minute read

Leafy greens are some of the most healing foods so I encourage everyone reading this to eat a large salad every day! At the very least, include...

When Trust is Eroded
When Trust is Eroded
Cheryl Silvera · Sep 26 4 minute read

Humans have turned to their strength to solve all our problems. We have become the only guide in our lives. How did we get started on this road of self-help? In searching for the origins of this phenomenon, I came across...

Get Involved!
Get Involved!
Time to Get Ready Team · Sep 21 1 minute read

We just launched a new page titled Get Involved at Time to Get Ready Ministries. We hope you check it out to learn more and how you can get involved!

Is Soy Good for You?
Is Soy Good for You?
Joy Kauffman · Sep 6 3 minute read

Soy just got real personal for me. For years, I’ve been telling people the fact that more than one cup of soy milk each day can reduce men’s chances of prostate cancer by 70 percent. Recently my dad, who’s taken most of my health advice but has never been a fan of soy, was diagnosed with...

You Have Cancer
You Have Cancer
Jaël Naomie · Sep 2 2 minute read

Tobias went to a bicycle shop and purchased a bike. Then he went home and started juicing. That week Tobias, a man in his 70’s, changed his entire lifestyle. He began...

Spanish Aioli Potatoes
Spanish Aioli Potatoes
Monica Hurtado · Aug 16 2 minute read

I don’t know about you, but I’m all in for super tasty easy recipes that take only 15-20 minutes to make. If you love garlic like I do, this recipe is for you!

Benefits of Lamenting
Benefits of Lamenting
Cheryl Silvera · Jul 28 8 minute read

So, What’s the Difference Between Lamenting and Complaining? Let's start with complaining. The root of complaining lies in discontentment, grouses that we are mistreated. If our malcontent lies with God, it clearly shows a lack of trust in His dealing on our behalf. The dictionary defines a complaint as...

Authentic Spanish Paella
Authentic Spanish Paella
Monica Hurtado · Jul 20 4 minute read

I am a big fan of aromatic spices such as saffron, which enhances the flavors of the foods I’m cooking. If you want authentic Spanish paella, let me give you four...

Marching to Zion
Marching to Zion
Desiree Magnant · Jul 13 2 minute read

With three kids still at home, it’s important to me to spend time in God’s nature on Sabbath. Daily we are bombarded with electronic messages pursuing us wherever we dare carry our smartphone, iPad, laptop, etc. So, taking time to slow the digital pace, increase the literal pace, and truly experience the...

Change Your Mindset: Change Your Life
Change Your Mindset: Change Your Life
Vicki Griffin · Jun 21 5 minute read

Mindset Matters. It’s in the news — whether you’re battling a cold, bouncing back after a big blunder, beating the blues, or braving a new and challenging task — mindset matters more than you may think. God has created these marvelous brains of ours with a capacity to improve in function, ability, and attitude with proper treatment, use, and exercise. The brain constantly...

French Toast
French Toast
Jessica Vierra · Jun 13 2 minute read

Bread is best in taste and nutrition when it is fresh, true to natural ingredients, and unadulterated with chemicals. Just like bread, religion is also best when it is found in Christ who is pure, holy, and true.

The Oatmeal Dilemma
The Oatmeal Dilemma
Andre T. Castelbuono · Jun 9 4 minute read

My dad came in, looked at my bowl, and asked, “Did you eat your oatmeal?” To which I sheepishly lied “yes.” He then asked me to follow him. I thought this was a little strange but I got up and walked behind him as he headed down the hallway, into the garage, through the door, and then pointed behind the...