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Drink of the Month

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This month, our featured drink from the Overflowing Cup is a Caramel Cider! This sweet and warm drink makes the perfect pair with a cold, autumn day. With only three ingredients, this drink is super easy to make at home! What you will need: 10oz apple juice 2 pumps caramel syrup Cinnamon powder 12oz mug 12 …

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Book of the Month

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September’s featured book from Springs of Life Christian Bookstore is Word-Filled Women’s Ministry: Loving and Serving the Church, a collection of essays compiled by Gloria Furman and Kathleen B. Nielson. In Word-Filled Women’s Ministry, respected teachers and authors such as Gloria Furman, Susan Hunt, and Nancy Guthrie go in-depth on why having a Bible-based ministry is important …

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Happy Fall!

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We are so excited it is fall! With the new season brings some of the best food, holidays (Thanksgiving, anyone?!), and conferences at MHS! Retreats like Pastor’s Wives and Worship Leader’s are among the conferences that make the fall so sweet. We look forward to serving these and many other retreats this year. Looking to book …

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Tips and Tricks: Strawberry Rhubarb Tart

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We are excited to share with you another recipe from our bakery! This Strawberry Rhubarb Tart is a favorite among our guests and staff. Sweet strawberries and bitter rhubarb on a flaky pastry crust make this tart one the whole family will enjoy. Our head baker, Tiffany, has hand-crafted this recipe to ensure every bit …

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Labor Day 2016

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Happy Labor Day! Labor Day began in 1887 when the trade union and labor movement grew. Trade unionists suggested there be a day to stop working and instead celebrate manual labor. Oregon was the first state to have “Labor Day” as an official public holiday, and by the time the United States declared it a federal public holiday …

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The History of Murrieta Hot Springs

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The room that we now know as the Mercy Room was once home to an on-site gym guests frequented over several decades. Overlooking the swimming pool, the gym housed equipment for weight training, rowing, tumbling, juggling, and boxing. Along with this gym came a separate building across the resort that was specifically for professional boxers …

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Drink of the Month

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August’s featured drink from the Overflowing Cup Coffeehouse is a Strawberry Mango smoothie. This drink is the perfect refresher for the late August days that summer clings to. What you will need: 8oz frozen strawberries 8oz frozen mangos 8oz apple juice (or to desired consistency) Strawberry garnish (optional) What you will do: Scoop 8oz strawberries …

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The Authority of God

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by Bethany Wouters, Content Manager Recently, many of my friends have been experiencing demonic activity. I forget that, while those who are believers cannot be under the possession of a demon, demonic oppression is real, and it is prevalent at this moment. Because Satan is not happy with the work we are doing for the …

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The History of Murrieta Hot Springs

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Guenther’s Murrieta Hot Springs resort included the Palm Dance Room, now known as the theater, where top-billed musicians entertained guests on holidays and weekends. Famous trumpeters, clarinetists, and pianists played songs while dance instructors taught guests swing, the mambo, and cha cha. When professional musicians were not at the resort, talented waiters and lifeguards doubled …