We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to bring you some Good News! If you were anticipating calories, keto, macros and munchies, DONUT worry, we’ll pick it back up next week 😂 🍩 Project Breadcrumb Trail’s most viewed and most liked post (before I ditched FaceBook), “Beating the Odds” was published on Saturday, Sept. 19th 2020. This was day I married the love of my … [Read more...] about Recipe Alert: The Secret Sauce
1 Year 52 Posts 4,596 Views On August 14th, 2020 at 10:34am, I bravely hit the publish button so the first post of the Breadcrumb Trail could be set free. It was also the weekend I was baptized. Coincidentally, the name of that first post was “Let Freedom Ring.” That day I shared, “Freedom is a concept which has motivated me in many situations throughout my life. I didn’t … [Read more...] about Project Breadcrumb Trail. A look back and a look ahead!
As we round out the month of our Nation's Birthday, I wanted to share the July 4th message from Gateway Church. Guest speaker Tim Barton shared how Imperfect People + A Perfect God = Great Things Timothy Barton is the President of WallBuilders, a national pro-family organization that presents America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our religious, moral, … [Read more...] about Imperfectly Perfect
America. Home of the brave. Land of the free. One Nation Under God. If you’re a consistent reader of the Breadcrumb Trail, you know I am a patriot. This weekend, I hope and pray that those who do not share my love of America, leave her rather than destroy her. Instead of a traditional post this week, I’ll use this space to wish everyone a happy and healthy Independence … [Read more...] about Love Her or Leave Her
I’m coming in hot this week with the following observation: The people who hid Anne Frank were breaking the law. The people who killed her were following it. While this isn’t an original thought, the point to be made here is that law does not always equate to a good moral compass. The same can be said for certain rules, regulations, mandates and narratives. I chose this topic … [Read more...] about Managing Your Moral Compass