Three Videos for Your Monday (Plus My Favorite Caramel Popcorn Recipe)

These videos are well worth your time. You might even want to whip up my dad’s Caramel Popcorn recipe before you dig in—this mouthwatering treat never fails to make movie-watching even better!

“The Walk of Fame vs. The Walk of Shame” with Dannah Gresh
Today, Dannah Gresh’s TED talk at Penn State goes LIVE as she explains to an audience of secular college students that virginity is an idea worth spreading.

WORLD’s Marvin Olasky Interviews Rosaria Butterfield
It’s long, but it’s moving. Get to know Rosaria, a former English professor and lesbian, as she shares her rocky journey to faith in Christ.

“Being Intentional in Your Faith Walk” with Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Feeling stagnate in your walk with God? Nancy can relate. Learn how she’s been intentional in her walk with the Lord over the last fifty years and be encouraged to start now. (This clip is from my interview with Nancy, “50 Years of Walking with God.” Catch the whole thing all week long on Revive Our Hearts.)

Being Intentional in Your Faith Walk from Revive Our Hearts on Vimeo.

Dad’s Mouthwatering Caramel Popcorn Recipe
1 stick margarine
1 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup Karo Syrup
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 big pan of popcorn
1/2 teaspoon baking soda

Put the margarine, brown sugar, Karo Syrup, and salt in a four-cup glass measuring cup. Cook it for two minutes in the microwave, stir it, and put it back in for one miute. Immediately add the baking soda. Stir and pour over the popcorn. (This is where I, Paula, finish the process. My dad, however continues.) Put the popcorn in a big brown paper bag, shake it, and put it in the microwave for 1 1/2 minutes on high. Shake and repeat. Cool and eat. 

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Paula Marsteller

Paula Marsteller

Paula Marsteller is a gifted communicator with a tenacious commitment to Scripture coupled with a compassionate, loving voice. God has captured Paula’s heart, and she is passionate about sharing life-changing, gospel truths through the lens of her everyday, ordinary life … read more …

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