This is a healthy and delicious recipe that is perfect for the fall holidays when the harvest from the fruit trees and nuts become available. A perfect dish for Rosh Hashanah and the week-long Sukkot celebrations.
About Rev.Ted: Teddy C. Ryan III (Rev. Ted) - is originally from Norfolk, Virginia, born in 1961, and currently lives in the Southeastern United States. He has a background in the field of education, is a retired Fire Fighter, an entrepreneur, an artist at heart, and more recently having had a calling to serve The Lord in the ministry. He has received seminary training, pastoral internship and certifications, through programs at: Southeastern University via Church Without Walls Central, in Lakeland, Florida; 2006-2008 - with additional certifications through the School of Discipleship, at Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia; July, 2011 - and is an ordained minister through the College of the Open Bible, in Greenville, South Carolina; 2011.
Today is the first day of the weeklong ‘Festival of Sukkot’ (“FEAST of TABERNACLES”). Around the world, the Jewish People (and Messianic believers) are spending time celebrating in their ‘sukkot’ (plural of ‘sukkah’) that they built when Yom Kippur ended just days ago.
Today at sunset ends YOM KIPPUR – This 25-hour period was a day to fast and rest in the Holy Spirit, reflecting in God’s atoning grace – as we repent and pray for The Lord’s cleansing of our own spirit. You can rejoice before God this YOM KIPPUR because through Jesus the Messiah, Your Name has been written in the Lamb’s Book of Life!
Recently, the USDA made the crazy and horrific decision to allow “Agent Orange” crops to be planted. New genetically modified corn and soybean seeds, already approved in Canada for rollout this year, are closer to being greenlighted in the United States–unless activist protests delay the process yet again.
This is a healthy and delicious appetizer that is perfect for the fall holidays when the fruit tree harvests become available. It is a “New Year’s” variation on the traditional Charoset, predominantly using apples instead of other fruit and is excellent served as a side dish for a Rosh Hashanah celebration.
Do you or a loved one suffer from gluten sensitivity? An investigative report was recently released detailing the possible connection between genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and gluten-related health disorders.
Forget what you may have heard about red meat making you fat or giving you high cholesterol. This may not entirely be the case and is otherwise just another nutrition myth. Grass-fed beef actually contains 2 to 4 times more heart-friendly, fat burning omega-3 fats (essential fatty acids) and also contains significantly more vitamins and minerals.