Whatever Happened to Wednesday Nights?

  Greetings from our extended stay home in Minnesota, the land of sub-zero temps and fierce snow storms! Jim and I are braving the elements of February and March to enjoy quality time with our daughter, son-in-law, and five delightful, boisterous, and charming grandsons. Our warmer weather snow bird friends in Florida and Arizona feel... Continue Reading →



What I do every day matters more than what I do once in a while. Gretchen Rubin   While habits and happiness author Gretchen Rubin is not referring to spiritual disciplines, her popular one-liner drives home my church's 30-day call to prayer. Our  leaders agree with Rubin's focus on consistency. So they've designed an avenue... Continue Reading →

Winter Seminar Series 2018 at Park Street

Ashland Area Friends: Mark Your Calendars!

Season Six(ty): life in the 60 something years


Park Street Brethren Church is pleased to announce four seminar opportunities that will both inspire and educate. Each presenter is a dedicated follower of Christ and will speak from experience, education, and their spiritual formation. Light refreshments will be served.

Winter Seminar Series 2018
@ Park Street Brethren Church
619 Park Street, Ashland, Ohio
6:30 pm. to 8:00 pm.

January 24th

Marriage: Breaking the Chains
~freedom in marriage through commitment, communication, and community

Speakers: Neil and Susan Hinkle
Neil is a professional accountant at a local CPA firm, served as a Sunday school teacher, and led the deacon board at Park Street Brethren Church. Susan is a stay at home, home schooling Mom. Together Neil and Susan direct LoveLife Ministries and have five children.

February 7th

Foster Care: To Love and Be Loved
~creating a home of belonging, acceptance, and boundaries for children in need

Speakers: Pastor Mike and…

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Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers

Hands down, this is one of my favorite vegetarian dishes. It’s especially rewarding to make during the growing season when our gardens are brimming with peppers.

Season Six(ty): life in the 60 something years

Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers (inspiredby University of California Davis Integrative Medicine Menu Book)

Looking for a lighter selection for your meal planning? In between heavy holiday meals and cookie laden Christmas parties, you can pace yourself with a nod to vegetables, whole grains, and fruit. This recipe yields four half stuffed peppers; I ate two halves for dinner and froze the other two. Pair with fresh fruit.

img_0466I switched up a few ingredients from the original recipe to suit my personal preferences. One time I made these with leftover hash browns (leaving out the sweet potato) instead of rice and they were just as tasty. I’ve also used spinach instead of kale since that’s what I had on hand.


2 red, green, or yellow peppers, halved longways, pulp and seeds removed

3/4 cup vegetable stock

1/2 large yellow onion, diced

1/4 cup marinated artichoke hearts, diced

1 sweet…

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