A Recipe For Relating (1 of 2) by Kerry Shook
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Series: A Marriage for All Seasons
Pastor Kerry Shook
I want you to give a warm welcome to our international television audience and let them know you're glad they joined us. Yeah. How many of you like to watch those cooking shows on television like Emeril, the Cajun cook who likes to spice it up? Bamm! Or maybe you're like my wife, and you like every day with Rachel Ray. Well, in this series, it's going to be every day with Pastor K. Over the next several weeks we're going to cook up some tasty recipes, but more importantly, we're going to study God's cookbook, and we're going to discover the ingredients to build a healthy marriage. We're going to discover the recipe for relating, dating and mating. This series is for everyone. If you're single, you're going to find that most of these principles we're going to be talking about in this series apply to every relationship. If you're married, you're going to learn how to spice up your marriage with the key ingredients that make love last.
Now, today, I'm going to go Italian, and I want to cook some homemade healthy pizza. I know that healthy and pizza doesn't really go together, but trust me with this. We're going to cook a healthy pizza. We put on the back of your sermon notes some of the recipe, especially for this crust. This is my wife Chris' famous crust, and it makes a healthy homemade pizza. Now, I also have a delivery pizza up here. There is nothing wrong with delivery pizzas. We order them all the time. But there is something that always bothers me about delivery pizza. I'm not quite sure what the ingredients are that go into it. I think we'd be shocked if we found out how much fat was in a delivery pizza. It's probably not too healthy, but that's not really the point of a delivery pizza. We get a delivery pizza; we call Papa John's or Dominos when we don't have the time or energy to cook.
Most couples don't take the time or expend the energ ...
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