Who said Halloween treats had to be filled with sugar? These five spooky snacks are fuss-free, guilt-free, and full of fun!
If you are looking for festive recipes that are healthy and easy to make you will absolutely “fall” in love with these! Each of these sweet snacks can be whipped up in just a few minutes. These simple recipes are great for anything from a festive after-school snack for kids or a fall dinner party. Kids and adults will surely love the spooky presentation!
There is nothing as quintessentially “Southern” as homemade biscuits and gravy! Here I share how to make the BEST and easiest Southern sausage gravy for biscuits, just like my grandmother used to make.
For many of us who grew up in the South, biscuits and gravy taste like home! You do not have to spend a lot of time and effort to enjoy this fabulous comfort food. With three simple ingredients, my recipe takes only minutes to assemble and is sure to be a family favorite!
This rich, warm, velvety Southern chocolate gravy just might become your favorite way to top a biscuit.
Chocolate gravy is such a uniquely Southern dish! My grandmother’s recipe for Southern Chocolate gravy is rich, easy to make, and absolutely mouth-watering on top of a hot biscuit.
Chocolate gravy is one of those “Southern things” that those who live above the Mason-Dixon line have likely never heard of. However, those of us lucky enough to have enjoyed chocolate gravy know how special it is. For me, rich, sticky gravy always reminds me of my Gran Pinion, whose chocolate gravy was my favorite childhood breakfast. Like her recipe, mine is simple, straightforward, and can be whipped up in minutes! …
Lindy Cleveland and Marye Grace Browning joined the SavvyCast to discuss Unless U, a nonprofit that Lindy started. We discussed how Unless U was founded, their different programs, and their new ice cream shop. We even got to hear a personal testimony from one of their students, John!
Episode At A Glance:
This week, Lindy Cleveland and Marye Grace Browning shared all about Unless U, a Birmingham-based nonprofit that serves developmentally disabled adults. Lindy, the founder and executive director of Unless U, shared why she started the nonprofit. Lindy and Marye Grace discussed their amazing new facility, how their classes work to serve students, and their new program Post Place. …
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?