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Monday Devo Verse

"And she will have a son, and you are to name him Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins."
Matthew 1:21

About the Morning Show

Rachelle

Rachelle

Morning Show Co-Host Rachelle joins us all the way from The Empire State of New York and she is proud to call Houston home. You heard her as the host of the Afternoon Show on KSBJ and she’s elated to now join you in the mornings! She’s passionate about spreading the love of Christ and humbled to share Jesus and His music with you. When she’s not on-air, you can find Rachelle spending time with her husband (Sammy), their two boys (Sammy and Caleb), their two spoiled Jack Russell terriers (Dodger and Chrissy) and their beta fish (Peter). Tune in to the Morning Show and you might also catch Rachelle humming a tune, tapping her feet, or reciting a poem – she enjoys giving God the glory through the Arts! Her favorite scripture passage is Romans 8:38-39, “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Carder

Carder

Morning Show Co-Host Carder is excited to be a part of the KSBJ Morning Show! He was raised in northern Oklahoma and went to college in the Oklahoma City area. Carder worked at a couple of different stations before doing the morning show for NGEN Radio, KSBJ’s sister station. Carder’s favorite verse is Hebrews 2:18, “For because he himself has suffered when tempted, he is able to help those who are being tempted”. Carder says, “The fact that Jesus actually came down and went through everything we did is incredible. When we suffer or struggle with something… he can relate! Carder is married to a beautiful girl named Kelsey, and has one “fur-baby” named Benson. He’s been in Houston for a year and loves it, but STILL isn’t used to the traffic.

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KSBJ Our friend and caterer, Regena Regena Carley Ricklefsen, Gabe is this great and simple #recipe!!!

Pumpkin Fluff Dip - Gena's version
Ingredients:
2 (8 ounce) containers Cool Whip, thawed
1 (5 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix
1 (15 ounce) can solid pack pumpkin
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp vanilla flavoring
1 (14 ounce) Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk

Mix pumpkin, pudding mix, spice and vanilla flavoring in large bowl. Fold in Cool Whip. Mix in sweetened condensed milk until well blended.
Refrigerate until ready to serve. Goes great with graham crackers, ginger snaps or vanilla wafers.

Enjoy!
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KSBJ Our friend and caterer, Regena Regena Carley Ricklefsen, Gabe is this great and simple #recipe!!! 

Pumpkin Fluff Dip - Genas version
Ingredients:
2 (8 ounce) containers Cool Whip, thawed
1 (5 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix
1 (15 ounce) can solid pack pumpkin
1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 tsp vanilla flavoring
1 (14 ounce) Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk

Mix pumpkin, pudding mix, spice and vanilla flavoring in large bowl.  Fold in Cool Whip.  Mix in sweetened condensed milk until well blended.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.  Goes great with graham crackers, ginger snaps or vanilla wafers.  

Enjoy!

 

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Love having one of Regena’s recipes!!! Her food is DELISH!

Find out why Allison says, "I feel sorry for people who have not had cancer." Her incredible testimony will bless you!!! P.S. Have the Kleenex handy! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I agree, was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer at 30. I’m a survivor and Love life on a much higher level now. All the Glory to GOD♥️♥️♥️♥️

Diagnosed with cervical cancer at 19 and beat it and was diagnosed this year, at 29, with melanoma. Just found out TODAY that I am CANCER FREE! She's right! You appreciate the little things in life in a big way when you get news like that! Its emotions (both good and bad) on a level that's hard to explain!

Sue Kiser Groudle - this is the audio you heard!!!

As an oncology nurse since 1982, I have seen this gratitude in many of my patients. Something as simple as placing a warm blanket, fresh from our blanket warmer around their shoulders when they are cold...”simple pleasures” they say.

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Lizette De Leon ❤

Hmmm. Not sure I concur. I am thankful for every person that hasn’t had to battle cancer. It is up to those that have battled the beast to show the appreciation for all things good and hope it affects just one person and then it continues. Much could be said about growing up hungry or poor also doesn’t mean I feel sorry for those born into prosperity!

Yvette Campos

Liz Avelar

LeslieJoseph Castillo

Britney Johnson

This is so touching message! Thanks for sharing with us.

Grace Theriot

This audio I've heard twice on KSBJ. I was on the verge of tears for her empathizing with her. I have mixed emotions about her message though. I totally get what she is saying. However, if I had cancer I wouldn't wish that on anybody. I have a sister-in-law who has breast cancer. It went into remission and then it reared its ugly head and she just had a double mastectomy. It grieves me to no end that people have to go through this. I guess I wouldn't want to get cancer just to realize that I was taking basic activities of daily living for granted. I can learn from others. So, I appreciate the message, but it's hard to overcome the part about feeling sorry for others who don't have it. I am not questioning her feelings. I can see from her point of view that she could look at others and think, they really don't know how good they have it. But it doesn't mean that I wish they would have cancer so that they could understand what I was going thru. That's my only hang up on this message.

These words! As a breast cancer warrior myself i have said, cried, prayed and moaned these words. Thank you Alison for saying them out loud. Much love Pink Sister!

Power message. I needed to hear this yesterday.

Must hear

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Make a statement this year at your Christmas gatherings with friends and family—and make sure it DOES NOT include this wardrobe fail...

We really enjoyed getting to meet you last night at “KSBJ and Ngen Radio’s Worship and Wonder!” Thank you so much for being a part of the festivities -– we invite you to continue listening in with us every morning, weekdays 5:30 to 10 AM, for the best Christmas music on your home for Christmas 89.3 KSBJ!
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Make a statement this year at your Christmas gatherings with friends and family—and make sure it DOES NOT include this wardrobe fail...

We really enjoyed getting to meet you last night at “KSBJ and Ngen Radio’s  Worship and Wonder!”  Thank you so much for being a part of the festivities -– we invite you to continue listening in with us every morning, weekdays 5:30 to 10 AM, for the best Christmas music on your home for Christmas 89.3 KSBJ!

 

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My two favorite people!!

Awww, I want to meet you guys. Can't believe I missed this. 😑

Uhhhh. No

Can yall post a link to the lady talking about cancer this morning? It was beautiful!

#Awkward

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Ever left something too long in the pantry? Who knew that onions CONTINUE TO GROW. Wow that smell- Carder ... See MoreSee Less

Ever left something too long in the pantry? Who knew that onions CONTINUE TO GROW. Wow that smell- Carder

 

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Plant it.

Lmao! Who was listening to the Ksbj? And jumped directly to the page to see the onion?

Can we just talk about the stylish llama in the background? I got distracted by it... 😏☺

Plant it!! They have beautiful blooms!!!!!!

Cute Llama 🦙 picture on the wall! 😉🥰

Plant it. Very much edible and delish! We do it all the time

Baby onions. Separate and plant. More onions. 😃

Yes plant it. Onions do very well in our cold weathet.

Now you have chives!!! Lol!

That my friend is the smell of growing success!

Yes they continue to grow, just like a potato continues to grow ... it's the base of the plant the root that you eat

Start a christmas garden! Lol

Plant it in the ground! Outside though unless you like the smell...

someone once gave me bulbs to plant, I just put them in a grocery sack, hung them in the laundry room because it was too cold to plant anything (lived in Missouri at the time), and promptly forgot them. Come spring I'm cleaning and notice green leaves up along the ceiling in the dining room, follow them to that grocery bag - ummm, cool but very weird

I just found some of those in my cupboard this morning.

🤣 Never to late to learn something .

Plant it!

Wow! I’ve had onions grow a few inches maybe but that’s insane!

Is that how chives are made?🤔🤣

Please tell us you planted it. I want onions from that bloodline!!! 😂

Ya don’t go in the pantry often do ya????lol

Wow, homegrown green onions, lol 🤣

LOL! What a huge onion!!

I’m thinking of the fruit flies that follow 🤢

Wow! I’ve never seen one that has grown that much! Good job 👍

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If you’re looking for that new dish for tomorrow, Carder’s wife is unveiling the formerly “top secret” Herbert Family Green Bean Casserole:

White Sauce (this actually comes from the front of the better homes and garden cookbook, ya know the red and white one?!)

Green bean Casserole:
1 tablespoon of butter
1 tablespoon all purpose flour
1/4 tsp of salt
1 cup milk
3 hard boiled eggs
28 Oz can of green beans

Chop the three boiled egg whites. Set yolks aside.

I’ve found the best way to make the sauce not clumpy is put the flour and milk in a mason jar and shake. Melt the butter on the stove, once melted add the milk and flour mixture and salt to the pot. Once you get the desired thickness mix in chopped up egg whites. If you want a thicker sauce you can double the the butter and flour!

Heat green beans in microwave. Strain and let sit in strainer with a paper towel to get all the liquid off. Once strained put in a dish and pour sauce over and crumble egg yolks on top!
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If you’re looking for that new dish for tomorrow, Carder’s wife is unveiling the formerly “top secret” Herbert Family Green Bean Casserole: 

White Sauce (this actually comes from the front of the better homes and garden cookbook, ya know the red and white one?!)

Green bean Casserole:
1 tablespoon of butter
1 tablespoon all purpose flour
1/4 tsp of salt
1 cup milk
3 hard boiled eggs
28 Oz can of green beans

Chop the three boiled egg whites. Set yolks aside. 

I’ve found the best way to make the sauce not clumpy is put the flour and milk in a mason jar and shake. Melt the butter on the stove, once melted add the milk and flour mixture and salt to the pot. Once you get the desired thickness mix in chopped up egg whites. If you want a thicker sauce you can double the the butter and flour! 

Heat green beans in microwave. Strain and let sit in strainer with a paper towel to get all the liquid off. Once strained put in a dish and pour sauce over and crumble egg yolks on top!

 

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If you add the flour directly to the melted butter it'll create a paste you can add the milk to without clumps :)

HOW DARE YOU POST OUR FAMILY SECRET RECIPE. Sabrina Lawson Herbert 😂

Will you be posting a picture of my homemade eggnog when I bring you some in about a week and a half?

No picture?

Is OK to add some bacon or Ham

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