Speak Lord, for your servant is listening (1 Samuel 3:11). When God speaks, how do we hear him?
Fall’s pumpkins and squash make handy containers for dinner. Baked or roasted, they offer space inside for delicious fillings. Meat, cheese, vegetables, or grains can all make their home inside the belly of a squash.
You’ll go wild for this simple, luxuriously creamy turnip soup with roasted garlic. Herbs and a sprinkle of cheese take it over the top. You’ll go wild for this simple, luxuriously creamy turnip soup with roasted garlic. Herbs and a sprinkle of cheese take it over the top. You may need to double the recipe for your next dinner party.
Forgiveness is a challenging virtue into which we grow. Sometimes we need to let go of hurt. Other times, we don’t understand the nature of forgiving. We think it’s too hard and will hurt us. Actually, just the opposite is true.
I almost tossed a bag of store-brand egg noodles into the grocery cart when Jeff remarked, “I’ve always wanted to make homemade noodles. I’ll have to get to it someday.”
“Why not today” I asked.
So take the Gospel far and wide
And down your very street
To urban hubs and junkyard slums
For everyone you meet
Potatoes pair well with tender green beans, briny artichokes, and a zippy garlic-vinegar-mustard dressing. Make a big batch—and bring the recipe. Your friends and family will want it.
Is it time for your own grocery shopping adventure? Find the local ethnic market, farmer’s market, butcher shop, or corner groceria. And when you get home—happy, tired, and hungry—you will need food. A no-fret recipe is Lemony Rice and Lentils.
Once frustrated in school due to a learning disability, Sam is a now a college graduate poised to help other individuals with learning challenges. “I can take a weakness of mine and be able to flip it into a strength for other students,” he notes.
Lord, where are you?
I cried out