Are you involved in your community? If so, what do you do? Are you living in community? It sounds like the same thing, but it isn’t. Today’s podcast episode deals with the gift of community. Maybe in our everyday world, we might not think of community as a gift. However, it is. Let’s tune in to the episode and take a listen.
On yesterday, I had a day of rest that was very much so needed. I had an extremely busy, drama-filled week, and on Friday I was feeling it. It is during times like this that I learn to lean more on God’s grace, mercy, blessings, and divine intervention to get me through. At the last minute, I decided to make a very simple nachos with cheese recipe. The meat turned out moist, and it probably took about 30 minutes to make. I hope that you enjoy it as well!
Total Prepping and Cooking Time
2 (1 lb packs of lean ground turkey)
1 can of fire-roasted dice tomatoes (salsa style)
2 packs of mild taco seasoning (vegan and low sodium)
Seasonings: 2 tablespoons of the following:
1/3 cup of olive oil
3 packs of 8 oz. Mexican cheese blend
2 bags of tortilla chips
After heating the olive oil in a large skillet or pan, add the ground turkey meat and all of the seasonings.
Once the meat is browned, add the taco seasoning and water that package instructs.
Add the diced tomatoes and 1 pack of cheese.
Place the chips in a pattern on plates, adding the mixture on top and in the middle.
There are a lot of things involved in integration. The main thing required is taking the bits and pieces of our lives and allowing the pieces of our quilts from our story to be sown together. The poem, “Integration” is my own reflection of the pieces of the quilt that I loss when I either changed churches or loss contact with friends along the way.