I am passionate about flavors, aromas, texture, mouthfeel, shape, and color – this is how I see the world of food, and this is what I love.
A couple of years ago I was doing the foodservice for a ministry team at a pagan art festival. I felt I needed to do a special five-course meal, so I prayed and came up with a menu. Then I read Psalm 23:5 in The Message Bible, which says: “You serve me a six-course dinner right in front of my enemies,” and God gave me an idea for the sixth course. A little while later, He went on to say He wanted to give me a symbolic spiritual meaning for each course! All my senses were on fire as I typed out the words He spoke over the food. That was the first official spiritually symbolic dinner I served.
Scrolling forward, I was asked to serve pastries at one of the conferences here at Bethel Church. I had previously received words from others that God said my pastries were going to bring healing. At that event, I shared what I felt God was saying through the pastries. One of the servers told a guest who couldn’t swallow properly, “If you eat this, you will be healed.” The woman took two bites and was healed!
Pastries infused with an impartation for healing? It can’t get more out of the box than that!
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