Jennie Allen continues to teach me about listening, loving, and leading. “I think we will naturally love better online if we are loving well off line in these spaces.”
Sarah makes the pretties handmade dishes and is all about inspiring people back to the table, to connect with the ones they love.
I found Tim’s book on my grandma’s shelf after she passed away. What comfort it’s brought. “To those who sense pain in others, may you be a healing presence.” Me too: Everyday Extraordinary Stories that Connect Us.
“Everything I’m afraid might happen if I ask a new acquaintance to get coffee.” You’ll be sheepishly laughing by the end because you’ve probably used one of these excuses. Basically — maybe we shouldn’t be so irrational.
The Nester shared my post last week, which sent tons of awesome new friends here to Kitchen Fellowship. Shaina is one of those new friends! She started a blog that will chronicle her journey of remodeling their 106 year old home. Her blog is THE perfect place to learn about restoration of heart and home.
Because your ears deserve to hear something remarkable. Bonus — has David found some sort of UFO? 😉
Lee’s recipe for Kung Pao Chicken made one of the tastiest dinners we’ve had all year.