Welcome to the table! When I first married Mark, I could only make chocolate chip cookies and cinnamon toast.
That’s why the Joy of Cooking sat next to my Bible during our seminary days. It’s no wonder that learning to cook became my favorite metaphor for studying Scripture. Both nourished me. Both involved a steep learning curve.
By God’s grace in 2010 I started this blog to teach others how to feed their souls (and occasionally their stomachs, hence the weekly recipes I used to post under the Crazy Cook).
In 2016 I wrote Hungry: Learning to Feed Your Soul with Christ.
And in 2018 I launched the video series.
Are you hungry?
Are you hungry to see how the work of Christ applies to your life today? You’ve come to the right place. In each post my goal is to bring Jesus from the page of our Bible into our senses, so we can:
- See Jesus
- Taste Grace
- Hear Good News
Please help yourself to a few samples below.
And be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss the next meal I serve up!
Top 10 Posts
- Fifteen Minutes
- Incarnation: The God Who Has Feet
- Why Do I Resist a Hidden Life?
- Apostasy: When a Friend Abandons the Faith
- Gospel of Mark: Clean or Dirty?
- Grace for the Mess
- Why I Don’t Read My Bible
- Hear Good News: The Preached Word
- Glory Hunger? Me Too
- Found in Him: When Hide & Seek is No Longer a Game