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In this second installment of The Stone Dragon Saga, Aliphonsore and his newfound friends must travel across the state, and then across the world, to locate and rescue his family. As they work to accomplish their goals, Anna, Jane, and Al will discover more than they bargained for as they fight opposing forces in order to bring their family together.

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Written by Dr. Wilson Jay Tyree, minister and professor of Biblical Studies at Northwestern Oklahoma State University (Ride Ranger Ride), this book contains

five short essays, each covering a different area of christian worship: prayer, singing, giving, communion, and preaching.

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Dr. Tyree has this  book available for free download currently through April 28th. Please share!

 

When mankind was evicted from the Garden of Eden, we lost more than scenery and serenity. This book takes a closer look at six major blessings, stolen by sin – only to be returned in the redeeming work of Jesus the Messiah. Dr Tyree has been serving as a minister with churches of Christ for over 30 years. A graduate of Harding University (BA, 1984), he has also completed work in Theology and Pastoral Counseling. His greatest passion, however, is preaching and teaching. Out of that pursuit has come the need to put down on paper some of the thoughts that so readily spill out of his mouth. Other works currently include: Ministerial Musings, What 3000 People Believed, and The Passing of the Sabbath. Coming soon . . . Buffy and Biff, an Unfortunate Friendship (for teens), Monsoon McCreel and the Rose (for young readers).

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Heartburn Healers at Home

Heartburn Healers at Home

I’ve just had an article published via the Yahoo! Contributors Network that I am pretty proud of. Though most of us know a little bit about the ‘old remedies’ to heartburn (you know…the one’s that don’t involve pills that come in little purple packages or pink bottles) the remedies I researched and wrote up in this article are, for the most part, ones that I had not heard of before.

For the record, they work. I actually mixed up three of them in a hot tea last week and cured the heartburn of myself, my mother, and my father…all very different sufferers who don’t always get the same outcome from quickly dissolving tablets! (hot mint tea…spearmint…with a 1/2 teaspoon of Apple Cider Vinegar and a teaspoon or more depending on tastes needs of Organic Honey.)

If you use any of the suggested remedies, or have some I didn’t list, let me know! I would love to hear your experiences and ideas with this.

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An interesting read anytime but free through April 13th, 2014 (Just in time for Easter) this book by Dr. Wilson Jay Tyree delves into:

Early on Pentecost morning, the number of believers in that small band of outcasts barely broke the century mark. Luke, the author of the New Testament book of Acts, places the count at 120, mostly from the region around the Sea of Galilee. By the end of the day, their company would expand to include
Jewish pilgrims from over a dozen regions of the Empire and their numbers would exceed 3000. In this volume, we ask the question, “Why?”

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Juicy Chicken Recipe

Juicy Chicken Recipe

I often cook without a guideline (recipe) because I like to experiment with my flavors. Most of the time they turn decently but occasionally they become a meal that makes my mouth water just thinking about it. When that happens I like to write the recipe on a notecard so that I don’t forget a key ingredient the next time I decide to cook that particular meal.

I had this occur a few weeks ago and decided to try my hand at writing a recipe for the masses…the Yahoo Contributor Network picked it up and made the recipe my first freelance article for them. So here it is. For your viewing pleasure…JUICY HERBAL CHICKEN!

For the record, I would pair it with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli!