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Leipzig – Judy Schroeder

Although new to Metigoshe treks, Judy Schroeder’s connection to our ministry runs deep as a cousin of long-time retreater and current year-round staff member Deb Syvertson. She is retired, and has traveled to 33 countries and 26 U.S. states. Judy … Continue reading

Metigoshe in Germany – Introduction

Over the next week, a few participants on our Metigoshe in Germany – Reformation 500 trip will be sharing their thoughts as we travel to various sites associated with Martin and Katie Luther, Philip Melanchthon, Johannes Bugenhagen and the other … Continue reading

Peanut Butter Cookies

Although these cookies are gluten and dairy free, you won’t miss a thing! A slight alteration on the 3-ingredient peanut butter cookies floating across the internet gives this recipe the perfect texture to satisfy any craving. From the Ovenly cookbook … Continue reading

Chocolate Crack Cookies

A favorite among the office staff, these marbled black and white cookies will satisfy that mid-afternoon chocolate craving (although we won’t judge if you find yourself sneaking one in the morning or as a midnight snack!) Chocolate Crackle Cookies Adapted … Continue reading

Butterscotch Tapioca Pudding

If you’ve only ever had plain tapioca pudding, you’re missing out! This rich pudding is full of butterscotch flavor, and may even make a fan out of a former pudding-hater like myself. Butterscotch Tapioca Pudding Makes 4-5 servings 1 12 … Continue reading

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