Feed My Sheep: A Cookbook Devotional-Learning to Say Yes, Lord Serving Others by Diana Bricker

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Feed My Sheep: A Cookbook Devotional-Learning to Say Yes, Lord  by  Serving Others by Diana Bricker

Feed My Sheep: A Cookbook Devotional-Learning to Say Yes, Lord by Serving Others by Diana Bricker
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FEED MY SHEEP is a cookbook devotional about following Jesus and serving others. FEATURES INCLUDE:•Talks about a journey from ranching to ministry.•Includes four practical recipes with each chapter.•Includes tips to enhance each recipe called “MoreFEED MY SHEEP is a cookbook devotional about following Jesus and serving others. FEATURES INCLUDE:•Talks about a journey from ranching to ministry.•Includes four practical recipes with each chapter.•Includes tips to enhance each recipe called “Shepherd’s Secrets.”•Discusses where the recipes originated.•Includes metric conversions for each recipe for internationals.This book is about following Jesus’ call—learning through life how to serve others and trust God.

It parallels Peter’s life and how he gave up everything to follow Christ. Jesus commanded him to feed my sheep. What does this mean?Through the eyes of author Diana Bricker, it means helping others in tangible and spiritual ways. Diana shares a journey of discovering who she is in Christ and the recipes she uses to serve others. She concludes each chapter with four practical recipes which relate to the overall theme of the chapter. Her heart, soul, and passion for cooking are poured out in the recipe instructions and mentioned throughout the chapters. It truly gives Diana joy to serve others with hospitality and a full tummy.Infused among Diana’s stories and her insights from Scripture, the chapters include stories of hope, gratitude, and serving.

Each chapter describes the trials of life and gives examples of such difficulties. Moving from a place of struggle and normalcy, Diana breaks up each chapter with suggested recipes. These recipes are a physical expression of how to serve others from the heart, even when we do not feel like it. The author realizes true joy and comfort are found in Christ, and many of our journeys encompass His work in moving us from point A to point B.



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