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Having bariatric surgery limited my amount of food choices. While I could eat many things, I found that I could not eat many of the culinary options I’d grown accustomed to, which lead me on a journey. I had to find new selections that would allow me to enjoy my foods, but were diverse enough […]
I know the pain of being a special needs child parent, particularly for those whose child appears normal by most. You don’t want your child viewed by others as peculiar. You recognize that there is a special stigmatism placed on people with special needs, and you don’t want your children to live under them. You […]
RICE PILAF One of the first “gourmet” dishes I learned to make was rice pilaf. I borrowed a cookbook from one of my aunts, shortly after high school, because I wanted to learn how to cook for myself. I used it over the years, eventually tweaking it to use organic ingredients. It is one of […]
He Still Loves Me In 2003, the movie, The Fighting Temptations, starring Cuba Gooding Jr and Beyonce was released. It told the story of a struggling choir that made it big in the end. Members from the old R&B group, the Ojays, were in it, along with Christian rapper, T-Bone, Rue McClannahan, Melba Moore, […]
Oh yes! It’s been one of those weeks. It seems that people are doing their best to destroy my family and this anti-gun dude wants to take up arms! But then God gives this to me, and I turn like a little kid ready to kick a can! For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, […]
I can’t believe that I am under 250 lbs. As a fat kid who grew into a fatter man, I am ecstatic! I can’t even remember when I was this weight before, especially when you consider that I was close to 400 lbs just two years ago!
My family joined with our church in a three week Daniel Fast this past January, and I am grateful for the mighty move of God that took place during the fast. Most of us experienced major breakthroughs as a result of consecrating that time in prayer and Bible study, while bringing our flesh into subjection […]