“Many modern evangelical churches are afraid to be different,” said Jeff Pollard as he hinted about his distaste for churches which are ‘seeker-sensitive’, trying to be like the world to attract the world to come to God.
Pollard has seen that kind of bankrupt thinking poison some Christian homeschoolers who do not embrace the notion that we are to be in the world, but not of the world.
This is an excerpt from an article on the NCFIC website. To read more of what Mr. Pollard had to say click here
I wasted a lot of precious time this summer. Time that could’ve have been spent blogging and doing other productive things. But I chose to take the road of the sloth and be idle. The Lord has pointed it out to me in so many ways.
I wanted to give up on this blog because I didn’t feel like I have anything to write about anymore. My mother says it’s just because I’ve lost motivation. So that’s what I’ve been praying for.
And I know that if this is what God wants me to do, then He will give me something to write about. Right? I believe so.
So I’m going to give it another try. I’m going to put effort into reviving my blog.
I just want to say thank you to my faithful few who continue to read what God allows me to write. It’s still all about Jesus. Thank you for bearing with me.
What’s up people!
I’m back with another cooking post for you. This time it’s seasoned french fries! Yum!
Tuesday, we didn’t know what we were going to eat for lunch, so I looked in the freezer to find some leftover frozen french fries. At first I put them back because I wasn’t in the mood for some plain ol’ fries. :-D Then, I thought why not season them yourself?
So I headed over to the allrecipes.com and using two differnt recipes I came up with a combination that I felt would fit my families tastebuds and what we had on hand. ;-)
1 Teaspoon of:
- granulated garlic
- onion powder
I also used olive oil for coating. I didn’t measure it out I just drizzled enough onto the fries while they were in the bag.
Then I added the seasoning which I had whisked together in a separate bowl. I shook up the bag, thoroughly coating the frozen fries.
I preheated the oven for 400* and let them bake for 30-35 minutes.
Results: The family loved them! The only thing I would change would be the salt. The fries I used were store bought, so they already had salt on them and the added salt was just a tad too much. (However, on homemade french fries I would keep the salt.) But other than that they were really good. They hit the spot and they tasted kind of like Rally’s fries. I will definitely make them again.
I hope you enjoyed this segment of What’s Cooking? I know I enjoyed them Tuesday :D Have a great day and eat well.