Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.

Why Do We Make Expressions Out of Food?

August 29th, 2016 Viewed 1456 times


More Sugar than a Doughnut

June 29th, 2015 Viewed 1639 times

That can of Coke is worth almost 4 doughnuts—check out The surprising foods which contain MORE sugar than a doughnut revealed at the Daily Mail to see more! (Warning, the links on the right of the page may not all be appropriate for all readers.)

A Healthy Lucky Charms Cereal?

June 22nd, 2015 Viewed 1497 times

Lucky Charms Kids Cereal by Mike Mozart

I’m guessing that the advertising where they say that the thing is only made with ingredients you know is making an impact.

The company said Monday that Trix and Reese’s Puffs will be among the first cereals to undergo the changes. The company is the first major cereal company to replace those artificial ingredients with fruits, vegetables and spices.

Be interesting to taste the difference.  I wonder if people will start to stockpile the current versions for taste tests or to sell on ebay when the new stuff goes live.

I bet the older stuff will have a longer shelf life!

Image: Lucky Charms Kids Cereal by Mike Mozart

How Much Could You Give To Charity?

October 9th, 2012 Viewed 2137 times

August Vegetables 2The American economy today is largely based on slavery.  No, I don’t mean the kind you read about in the Civil War, I mean the kind where you trade your future income for the chance to “have it now” commonly known as credit.

Rarely does the modern American have money to be generous with, because he’s living paycheck to paycheck to pay for the ever increasing luxuries that he is told he has to have by the expensive entertainment system he has in his home.

Swat Team Food Raid

May 17th, 2011 Viewed 1756 times
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Search Warrant Service (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

For anyone that’s ever read books on oppressive regimes, this kind of thing should send shivers up your spine.  In December of 2008, a SWAT team came in and raided the private home of family that was running the Manna Storehouse.

The Confusion of Government and Church

June 23rd, 2008 Viewed 1566 times

Homeless Man and Dog Anne Quindlen writes an interesting piece entitled “Blessed is the Full Plate” and focuses our attention on the plight of the homeless and poor in this time of increasing food cost.

If you think that it is a challenge for you to pay for food, remember that there are still many in the inner cities that are going without, and rely on the charity of others—like the Church of the Holy Apostles in New York City.  If Ms. Quindlen would have stay there, I could have fully got behind her—but she went a step further.


Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.