Last week's bombshell out of Houston that its mayor, Annise Parker, had subpoenaed the sermons from area pastors is still causing ripples both inside and outside the faith community.On Friday, city attorneys revised their demands. Instead of requesting the pastor's sermons, they're now demanding “all speeches or presentations” related to the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance. The controversial law, also known as the “Bathroom Bill” allows men who consider themselves women to use the women's restroom.The post Freedom of Houston Pastors Still at Risk appeared first on Jim Daly.
I’m finding that we like to use the smaller size notebooks instead of using the regular size notebooks (as long as our subject matter allows). The dimensions are 5-1/2 x 8. You can find page protectors for that size. I try to recycle paper or use half sheets (slice in half standard 8-1/2 x 11 […]
A co-worker let me use her recipe on my website, Homeschooling on a Shoestring. I’ve reprinted it here for the holiday season. It is tasty, thick, you definitely need a glass of something and so not healthy. If you know a good vegan or raw version, let me know. Pumpkin Roll Cake: […]
I stopped into Jo-Ann’s this past month and it wasn’t even to buy anything. I have a (cosmetics) bag that I keep all my discount cards in. One day I had some free time on my hands and actually alphabetized the discount cards. I’m glad I did that because it sure beats having people in […]
What do you do if you have a child who doesn’t really seem to be interested in anything in particular? If television is allowed in the house – does your child have a favorite show? Watch it with them, see what it’s about and talk about the show afterward. Ask them questions such as who […]
The technology is old, the software is old, the equipment is old.
The system is rebooting every hour...
It is no longer worth the cost (in time and dollars) to keep the BBS and FamilyNet running, so - I will be shutting down