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Jeff from Tenth Ave North talks about the challenge/blessings of raising toddlers and how it's taught him about marriage.
He also talks about the dynamic of YES and saying NO. (Family vs the job)
Dear Chef Phillip, What is the best way to know how to grill a perfect burger? -Nikole from Missoula, MT
When you see the blood come to the surface of the meat, it is time to flip! The more blood at the surface, the more the meat has cooked all the way through. I personally like really juicy burgers, so when I just start to see the blood surface I flip it. I remove the burger from the heat just as the (already) cooked surface starts to show signs of moisture. Only flip the burger once. - Chef Phillip
I love pork, but I'm wondering if there is a shortcut or a different angle to make it a little healthier? - Josh from Hesperia, CA
Chef Phillip Dell shares some fun & healthier fall treats you can bring to your costume parties.
You can connect with him at Facebook.com/ChefPhillipDell
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Are we afraid of germs? Here's some funny calls from my show about being a germaphobe! -Scott
Jason Roy from Building 429 talks with Scott Herrold about how dads need to be warriors, servants & shepherds. It's a deep discussion on what it means to truly be a spiritual leader.
Dave from Sidewalk Prophets talks about perspective behind music reflected toward God and how songs can get ahead of culture rather than follow culture.
Here's a guest blog from Chef Phillip Dell:
Galatians 5:22 says “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.”
We all need to let God have control of our lives and let His Spirit manifest these fruit in us. Each of the fruit has a purpose and a blessing for us and for those around us, but I want to take a minute and focus on a few that are especially helpful as you seek to transform your life.
This week I've been thinking a lot about agendas. Maybe it was Columbus Day, maybe it was the Iran nuclear talks in the news or all the politicians on TV arguing about our national debt. I just see agendas everywhere shifting our culture in ways that make me uncomfortable. I even see Christians tearing down other churches in our city. I point it out because passions can easily turn into agendas. Sometimes we don't even realize it, but we are hurting people as we push our agendas.
God's always on time, but his watch is different. -Scott