All posts tagged: heart healthy

Speech Therapy | Forgiveness | Part 3 (final)

This week, we wrap up our series on forgiveness by looking at the unforgiving servant in Matthew 18.

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Series: #SpeechTherapy..it starts in the heart!

Hey BCU family, As usual, please enjoy the audio podcast (click on the icon below), the written transcript, or both! In either case, God bless you as you read, hear and apply the Word of God. As we begin, think about a crowded refrigerator—I don’t know about you, but cleaning out the fridge is my least favorite chore!  If you don’t stay on top of it, things start to accumulate! Things like the containers with the leftover ziti, or a half of rotisserie chicken, or the package of ground turkey–those are big, up front and easy to see. Then, there are some of the other things, like that half carton of pork fried rice, the small bowl of cooked carrots you intended to eat or the carton of flavored creamer that was not your favorite. And let’s not forget the old orange or dried up potato that rolled in the back, the spilled milk, the mystery packages that have cake from the last church function (somehow that fell between the 2nd shelf and veggie crisper), …

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And..the “2 Forks” award goes to…

Hey family, I pray this finds you well! No frowny faces here, thank God! A couple of weeks ago, among other things,  an opportunity and  challenge in some respects came along to eat meatless, healthy, whole and as many organic foods as possible.  While I already have incorporated things like bran cereal and brown rice into my diet, I was looking forward to the challenge of adding different foods to my regimen. In doing so, I found a few things I’d like…no, love!!!  Thanks to my sista, T. Riley’s suggestion, I thought share my “2 Forks” award foods with you. As a warning, I have to tell you Trader Joe’s (TJ’s) and I got close.  No, I don’t have any stock there–I do market at other places, I just like the variety they have. “Brequess” or Breakfast (that first pronunciation is how some of my South Carolina family say it! :-D) Steel Cut Oats~ I have been eating these for a minute as the kids say (do they still say that?) Anyway, these take a …

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