Monday, April 27, 2015


 Raw Honey 

8 oz. honey bear is $4. 
2 lb. honey bear is $12.
6 lb. Honey is $30.

Regional Rate A Estimated shipping costs: 
$5.32 Bakersfield/Fresno
$5.44 for Central Calif.
$5.84 to Idaho
$7.55 to Oregon, Colorado or New Mexico 
$8.26 to Kansas 
$8.98 to Missouri

Regional Rate A Box holds up to 
two - 6 lb. Honey
or  3 - 2 lb. Papa Bears and 4 - 8 oz. Baby Bears
or 15 - 8 oz. Baby Bears 

Regional Rate Box B Approximate Shipping Costs
Bakersfield to Fresno $6.16
$7.25  Central Ca.   $8.10 to Oregon, 
$10.66 to New Mexico, $14.42 to Missouri

Regional Rate B Shipping Box holds up to 
6 - two lbs. Papa Bears + 6 - eight oz. Baby Bears
or 3 six lb containers of honey

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We usually ship within 24 hours.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Godly Order

 We need to be suspicious of the propaganda about how wonderfully accurate these "forensic evidence" labs are. In over 95% of crime cases the FBI "overstated" lab evidence in favor of the prosecution!  

To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable to the Lord than sacrifice. ~ Proverbs 21:3
Church progress—or church growth—should be measured by the decline of wickedness and the restoration of justice. The purpose of dominion is to restore godly justice in order that the world order might glorify God (1 Cor. 10:31).

Churches on every corner, or mass participation in liturgy, hardly give evidence to a restoration of justice. In fact, the average man is angered by the great pomp and visibility of the church. Why? Because for all the prowess of the institutional church, the world remains unjust—faith without justice is dead.


Lance & Megan  with 
 handsome little Jackson
We are blessed.

Friday, April 3, 2015

You did not dance!

Jim's teaching is well worth listening to:
Trinity Covenant Church Sermons

"But to what shall I compare this generation? It is like children sitting in the marketplaces and calling to their playmates, "'We played the flute for you, and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not mourn.' ~Matthew 11:16-17

Is the Name “Easter” of Pagan Origin?

Contrary to suggesting a connection to a Saxon goddess, some have suggested Easter finds its root in the German word for resurrection—auferstehung. In a footnote to his translation of the work of Eusebius, Christian F. Cruse defended the usage of the word Easter:

Our English word Passover, happily, in sound and sense, almost corresponds to the Hebrew [pesach], of which is a translation. Exod. Xii. 27. The Greek pascha, formed from the Hebrew, is the name of the Jewish festival, applied invariably in the primitive church to designate the festival of the Lord’s resurrection, which took place at the time of the passover. Our word Easter is of Saxon origin, and of precisely the same import with its German cognate Ostern. The latter is derived from the old Teutonic form of auferstehn, Auferstehung, i. e. resurrection. The name Easter is undoubtedly preferable to pascha or passover, but the latter was the primitive name.”

Is the date of Easter Christian?

"It appears clear from the earliest writings of the church fathers that the Resurrection was almost universally celebrated by the church...Polycarp understood from the Apostle John that the celebration was to be observed from the date of Nisan 14, while the tradition of the Western Church was to celebrate on the Sunday following the Passover."