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Glory Days

Occasionally I will be reading and reviewing some of the books we carry at Holy Grounds. Currently I am reading Glory Days, Max Lucado’s new book. It’s based upon the life of Joshua and the triumphs and struggles faced by the Jews as he leads them out of the Wilderness and into the Promised Land. […]

Happy New Year with a heavy heart

Happy New Year and Greetings from all of us at Holy Grounds! I will be committing to updating this blog at least once a month in the new year. I hope you will look forward to hearing from us, and more frequent updates as to what is going on at Holy Grounds throughout the year! […]

Merry Christmas from Beth and Brad

Beth and I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and wonderful holiday season, especially our Holy Grounds customers. This is our first Christmas as owners of Holy Grounds after taking over for Liz and Nancy, and it is a very exciting and busy time for us. This truly is the […]

Manna Bags

By Liz Hendricks. My sweet Babycakes did something in her vacation Bible school that I want to share. It is always so hard to know what to do when there is someone on the street corner pan handling . If I give them money they might use it for drugs or alcohol. It is a […]

The First Sunday after Charleston

By Liz Hendricks As I walked into my church this morning I found myself apprehensive. I scanned the crowd looking for any sign of possible danger. This is my sanctuary—this is my place of peace—this is my home. I felt anger welling up in my soul. Not only did Dyllan Roof murder nine saints in […]

Easy Recipes for the new Bride

Dear New Bride, Please know feeding your man is a “Holy Privilege”. It is an intimate act. Preparing wholesome tasty foods fuels the body, soul and mind. A home is different from a house—-men usually do not know how to make a home—that is why women are called “home makers”. Men do not light candles—or […]

I Love being a Mom

By Liz Hendricks When I was a child, and was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up the answer was always the same—— “A MOTHER”. After college, marriage, and a successful career our precious daughter was born followed by two sons. I never looked back. I loved these kids. Of course it […]

The Blessing

by Liz Hendricks It was a beautiful day in February—73 degrees and sunny. There were so many things I would have loved to do after church, but I am committed to visiting my mom in a memory care home on Sunday afternoons——-so I go out of duty—out of honor—out of guilt! Many of the residents […]