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Chef Phillip Dell from SinCityChefs.com
Chef Phillip Dell shares ideas for lean hamburgers, moist turkey burgers & chicken.
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If you love God, but feel a disconnect from church, I'd challenge you to read this article. Being part of a church really is a BIG part of personal growth AND family growth. Church isn't a building, it's a community of people. God uses the church differently than he uses individual people.
Let's stop complaining about churches and BE the Church.
This explains more about why the Church matters! It's a refreshing view on why worship matters too!
I had dinner with Steve Fee last night.Steve is an artist who has written a lot of the songs that we all sing in church. He went through a divorce a few yrs back, and he shared about personal choices that destroyed his family, his career and his relationships. We had a powerful discussion about how God does redeem our broken past when we ask for his forgiveness. Take a listen to this. I think it will really speak to you.
Kirk Franklin (from The American Bible Challenge) talks about what it takes to really make an impact in culture.
Josh Havens (vocalist in The Afters) talks about how God redeems painful circumstances in our life. He shares how we walk through pain without falling into depression. This chat from our morning show will encourage you!
While watching this video, John 15:13 kept coming to mind... "Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends."
Here's a guest blog from Chef Phillip Dell!
Start your grills and gather your friends and family. Warmer weather has arrived, and it’s time to BAR-B-QUE! May is barbeque month and rightfully so. Memorial Day generally marks the beginning of the season in most areas of the country, as schools wind down and people look toward summer.