Make Every Meal Holy!
Laugh, Cry … Cook!
“What if,” asks Johnson in We Laugh, We Cry We Cook, “every time we tied an apron around us or flicked on the stovetop flame, we said a prayer and cooked our little meals for the glory of God? And as we are cooking for others, what if we prayed that our food would bless their bodies, and in some mysterious way, also bless their souls? Nourish our loved ones in intangible ways as we feed them tangibly?”
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