When I saw this recipe on Pinterest, I had to try it. With just a few tweaks, this made a wonderful, delicious tenderloin that stretched for several meals. I used the leftovers for pulled pork sliders–a huge hit with my daughters
Since this a slow cooker recipe, you can throw everything into the pot and forget it for at least 6 hours. Just make sure your temp is set to low, as tenderloins are not terribly thick and could dry out if left too long on high….
Every Monday, my blog will be addressing a skin care question that will be answered by my friend and dermatologist, Dr. Jo Lynn Herzog. Last week’s topic dealt with the importance of daily moisturizer with sunscreen and nightly moisturizer with retinoid. For today’s post, Dr. Jo will answer the following question from one of my readers:
I am 45 and already see many changes in my skin and face. I don’t want to go the plastic surgery route, but I do want to know what other options I have for maintaining a youthful appearance.
Today in Becoming Beauty Savvy, I am sharing skin care advice from my friend and dermatologist, Dr. Jo Lynne Herzog. Last week, I asked her the following two questions: 1).What products should I be using every day to keep my skin looking its best? 2) Where can I find these products at the best price?
Dr. Jo Lynne Herzog, M.D.
The first and most important product that everyone should use is sunscreen. Wear sunscreen every day. 365 days a year. No exceptions. In the course of any given day, we are all exposed to more sun than we realize. Since sun damage is cumulative, the minutes, hours, days, months, and years all add up. The long-term risks and consequences of sun exposure can range from wrinkles to discolorations to skin cancer-and many things in between. Establishing a daily morning routine of applying sunscreen is of the utmost importance.…
Francois and Wendy Fineberg are the founders of Legacy School of Discipleship, a "spiritual boot camp" located on Lake Martin. The Fineberg's shared their own stories, what led them to found the school, as well as the programs Legacy offers.
Episode At A Glance:
This week on The SavvyCast, Francois and Wendy Fineberg joined me to discuss Legacy, their Christian discipleship school. To begin with, Francois and Wendy shared the story of how they met each other and how they came to know the Lord. Francois is originally from Namibia and later moved to South Africa, while Wendy is from Georgia. Their story is incredible, and they share how it led them to found the Legacy School of Discipleship. Additionally, the Finebergs shared what programs Legacy offers for students and adults alike.
Who Are Francois and Wendy Fineberg?
Francois Fineberg is the founder and leading teacher at Legacy School of Discipleship. Hailing from South Africa, Francois found himself a Georgia peach, Wendy. Together they have been working in ministry for over twenty years. In addition to caring for their two daughters, Frances and Chapel, their mission is to shepherd and teach everyone “in all wisdom, that we may present everyone full-grown in Christ” according to the instruction of Colossians 1:28. Besides serving at the school, Francois has a podcast called “Spiritual Living with Francois Fineberg” and is currently authoring two books.
Questions We Answered In This Episode:
How did you two meet each other?
What is your personal testimony?
How did Legacy come to be?
What is disciple-making?
Is the Israel trip open to anyone? What does this trip entail?
What do students experience during the 9-week program?