National Suspenders Day – This is a fashion scenes holiday that involves the suspenders. #SuspendersDay
Blessing Bags – Fill a bag full of usable items and give them away to those in need like the homeless. Maybe a great way to share the love of of Christ instead of giving cash out to a stranger. #BlessingBags
Autumn Leaves Fall Church Sign from Community Baptist Church in Oliver Springs, TN is this week’s Church Sign Saturday. #ChurchSign
60 Ways to Reuse A Pizza Box – There are some cool ways to reuse a pizza box! #Pizza #PizzaBox
Tennessee State Capitol to Mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month -Tennessee’s state capitol will be highlighted in purple this weekend, in observance of domestic violence awareness month.
30 Uses for Used Coffee Grounds – Not sure what to do with the coffee grounds after brewing a cup of java? Check out this list of what you can do with leftover coffee grounds. #Coffee #CoffeeGrounds
40 Uses for Used Tea Grounds (Tea Bags) – Not sure what to do with the Tea grounds after making some tea, sweet tea or even hot tea? Check out this list of what you can do with leftover Tea grounds. #Tea #TeaGrounds #TeaBags
Tennessee Day of Prayer and Fasting – Gov. Bill Lee declared, Thursday, October 15, 2020 to be a day of Prayer and Fasting. #Prayer #Fasting #GovBillLee #Tennessee
Halloween Is More Dangerous on a Saturday – Just think about that a moment. More people are off of work. Not to mention more people will party and drink and much more!
National Sunday School Teacher Appreciation Day – an appreciation holiday to honor your Sunday School Teacher. #NationalSundaySchoolTeacherAppreciationDay #SundaySchoolTeacherAppreciationDay
Sweetest Day – A Very sweet and candy filled holiday. Basically a day to share romantic deeds or expressions, and acts of charity and kindness with sweets! #SweetestDay #CandyDay
Halloween superstitions revealed. Steeped in tradition, Halloween season also is a time of year when superstitions take root and add to the spooky and often silly nature of the holiday. Some Halloween traditions are traced back to the ancient Celts. Their belief that spirits of the deceased were able to wander the earth during the time they called Samhain. Folks would wear costumes so the living could blend in with ghosts, and treats were laid out to appease the spirits. #Halloween
Dress Like a Dork Day – Yes! A Day to dress up like a dork! So find that favorite dork outfit and dress dorky! #DressLikeADorkDay
The Teal Pumpkin Project – Teal is the new Orange! – Help save God’s children by not giving them allergen containing treats, but other gifts instead. Plus raising awareness of food allergies during Trick or Treats or Trunk or Treats. Did you know that 1 in 13 children have a form of food allergy? #TealPumpkinProject #TealPumpkin #Halloween #Teal #FoodAllergies #FACET #FARE
Halloween Blog Post List. All of these blog post relate to Halloween, Pumpkins, Jack-O-Lanterns, Evangelism Day, Reformation Day and the Fall Festival events. #Halloween
Former Satanist Warns About the Dangers of Halloween. John Ramirez, who used to be a high-ranking priest within the Satanic Temple before miraculously having his heart opened to the Gospel, shares the story of his personal involvement with satanism and celebrating Halloween in order to warn parents of its dangers. The question of should Christians celebrate Halloween always come about this time of year. Ramirez gives warnings to Christians about the dark holiday … Halloween and why Christians shouldn’t celebrate it. #Halloween
20 Halloween Writing Prompts for Christian bloggers.
White Cane Safety Day – a celebration holiday of the achievement of people who are blind or visually impaired and the importance of the symbol of blindness the white cane. #WhiteCaneSafetyDay
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Potential substitutes when you’re missing an ingredient – The following substitution guide, courtesy of AllRecipes.com, can help cooks overcome the last-minute surprises regarding missing ingredients.