Our Family Experiences Going Kosher

14 April, 2017 J.K. McKee 0

POSTED 12 DECEMBER, 2016 by Margaret Huey I was born into a very typical American Southern Protestant family in the 1950s in the town of Annapolis, Maryland. My parents, Bill and Mary Ruth, were both from the Deep South (Alabama and Georgia, respectively), where food has always been an important part of daily living and family gatherings. I grew up to love this Southern cuisine from my childhood that always seemed to include pork or pork drippings in it! We ate pork chops, pork loins, ham steaks, ham hocks, pork sausage links, pork sausage patties, pork rolls, and, of course, […]


The Strong Delusion

9 August, 2016 J.K. McKee 0

by Margaret Huey 01 MARCH, 2004 edited for spelling/grammar; minor theological fine tuning 19 December, 2006 As we approach the End of the Age, many people are being restored back to the Hebraic Roots of the faith. It is exciting to watch as the scales fall off of the eyes of our brethren as they embrace a return to the First Century ways of the early Believers! People are returning to the ancient paths! People are starting to walk the way Yeshua walked! They are honoring the seventh-day Shabbat again: “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days […]