We have a guest author writing our Ark Pantry blog this week. Susan is Sarah Mirfin’s mum. Thank you Susan for sharing your story to encourage us, and more importantly to point us all to our loving Saviour.
There isn’t a single person reading this who hasn’t experienced physical pain. Today Sarah explores how that lines up with a prayer answering God.
It was the stories of what she had made with it that had my mouth watering, and then the final gift of some of her produce and I was won over. Let me tell you the story.
Part of what we needed to do involved recording ourselves dancing, doing facial expressions and specific poses around the theme ‘Dancing in the Rain.’
Please God . . . and God granted the request.
This week’s Ark Pantry explores ways to jazz up everyday items with some simple but fun up-cycling techniques – ideal to get stuck into on a rainy summers day.
I thank God that it wasn’t serious. He was absolutely fine and we were home again a couple of hours later, but the disturbed sleep was enough to totally disrupt today’s plans.
It feels good to be steadily phasing back to normal life. We just need to be sensible and think not just about ourselves, but the well-being of others too.
The loaf was still warm when I arrived at Sophie’s for tea, perfect for tearing and dipping into balsamic and olive oil, mmm.
Why not make one as a gift for someone special and send them the link to the Ark Blog. There is a simple and versatile yeast free flatbread recipe in there that doubles up as a pizza base, along with other food for thought that is good for the soul too.
“Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance, the only thing it cannot be is moderately important.” C.S Lewis.
Now there’s a challenge to us all, but what do we do?