Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Nov 2, 2012
WE'LL COOK FOR MOTHER'S DAY!
Two kids told mother not to cook for Mother's Day ... they would do it.
Nine pots, 2 skillets, 4 large bowls, 11 spoons, 5 measuring cups and 1 whole roll of
Introduction: Cooks, those who prepare meals for others, are not mentioned very often in the Bible. Their roles and functions were important, no matter where they were. In this passage, Abraham was surprised to see three Unexpected Guests arrive at his tent “in the heat of the day”. Following
Contributed by Roy Fowler on Jun 19, 2020
We are celebrating this week; its Thanksgiving in our Country. I hope Americans truly understand why we have this great country and where the many blessings come from. I hope we are giving to God what is God's.
91% of Americans have turkey for Dinner. And so... I was thinking about Butterball
Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Sep 3, 2011
Joseph Cook: Do you know a book that you are willing to put under your head for a pillow when you are dying? Very well; that is the book you want to study when you
Contributed by Chris Surber on Mar 1, 2008
I love to cook. The only problem is that many of the things I like to cook are things that my wife does not particularly care to eat. I like to cook things in a crock pot or in a pressure cooker.
One of my favorite things to cook is ham hocks and beans. My dad taught me to cook it and we
Contributed by Chris Jordan on Sep 12, 2009
Jerry Cook said: "When love, acceptance and forgiveness prevail, the church becomes what Jesus was in the world - a center of love, designed for
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 22, 2009
GI Cook Picks Out an Enemy Infiltrator during World War II
I read the true story of GIs stationed on Leyte in the Philippines during WW II. Although the region was secure, sometimes the enemy tried to infiltrate their food storage area. One such adversary, dressed in GI clothing, had worked
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 12, 2007
"People invite me to dinner not because I cook, but because I like to clean up. I get
Contributed by Sermon Central on Dec 20, 2005
Robert A. Cook, former president of King’s College in New York, told a true story from the early years of his ministry. He had been receiving some rather pointed criticism, and he sought the counsel of a friend, pastor Harry A. Ironside.
Pouring out his heart, Dr. Cook asked what he should do
Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Sep 11, 2008
Robert Cook, President of King’s College once related a true story from the early years of his ministry. Evidently at that time, he had been receiving some rather pointed criticism. In fact, it had become of such great concern to him that he sought the counsel of a friend, the beloved Bible
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
I’m not much of a cook, and even when I do, it’s just by means of the 4 basic food groups—frozen, canned, instant, and micro waved. So when my wife, who is a good cook, asked me to go to the store for ‘cream of tartar’, I proudly marched off stating I needed no help from her in locating it. Off I
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 2, 2008
I like Jerry Cook’s vision: “To see the church become what Jesus was in the world – a center of love, designed for the healing of broken people, and a force for God.” (Love, Acceptance and
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 4, 2003
My neice, Esther, has been a good cook from the time she was a little girl. She would have to stand on a chair just to get to the ingredients and mixing bowls. In the summer time she would make brownies and sell them at the local farmer’s market and had no problem sellling everything she made.
Contributed by Tim Richards on Sep 23, 2004
Tara Cook spent the first part of her life being shifted from one house to another. When she was ten Tara went to live with her dad & his girl friend Rose. All went well for a short time and then Rose began to abuse her. After she had lived there for about 15 months Rose informed her that she would
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 25, 2007
When my mother married my dad, she did know not how to cook. My grandmother on my mom’s side left her home in Poland to work in the salt mines of Germany at age 13 because she could not get along with her step mother. She never learned to cook. But my mom became an excellent cook.
When we were
Contributed by Michael Elmore on Nov 29, 2001
A wonderful illustration of how our lives can be transformed by God’s peace is found in the life of Archbishop of the Chicago diocese, Joseph Cardinal Bernardin’s. In his little book, The Gift of Peace, which he was working hard to complete just a year ago, there is a gripping and moving account of
Contributed by Ray Mckendry on Apr 9, 2007
As David Jeremiah says: “Imagine a chef who collected cookbooks, took cooking classes, studied recipes, and developed menus—but never cooked.” (Today’s Turning Point Daily