In early January, I taught a 5 day high school class for 3 hours a day with my good friend and fellow foodie, Diane Loftness. The course title was "Science and Health of World Cuisines." Our class was based primarily on the findings of dentist Weston A. Price. He traveled the world in the 1930's … Continue reading Is Expensive Chicken Worth It? Comparison of Industrial & Pastured Chicken
Early in our marriage we were confronted by a stark contrast in the way we viewed time. I, John, felt like my time was my own. All of it. Well, almost all. Julie felt that we should give more of that time away. She'd say yes to more things than I thought she should and … Continue reading One of the Best Things We Ever Did for Our Marriage
Admittedly, I'm a food snob (Julie here). Despite of this, it surprises some people that I don't shop often at Whole Foods. Most of my grocery needs are met at Kroger. Here are a few tips for label reading to help you navigate the tricky waters of "what is healthy?" I have a few guidelines … Continue reading Shop Smarter: Tips for Reading Labels
We shared this story recently in a letter to a number of folks who partner with us in ministry. But it was too good not to share with a broader audience. I walked out of the Weekend to Remember in Tampa to get a quick breather. Though we were in the sunshine state, I’d yet … Continue reading A Tampa Bay Boardwalk Moment
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