NBFAP Weekly Newsletter
February 29, 2016
What's Happening This Week...
Wednesday March 2:
- Bible Study 7:00pm
Thursday March 3:
- Absolute Fast: starting at 6am continuing on to 6am Friday.
Friday February March 4:
- Choir Rehearsal 6:30pm
Saturday March 5:
- Prophetic Training 9:00am-3:00pm: this training will be focusing on Bible training
- Dance Rehearsal 10:00am
Sunday March 6:
- Leader's Traning 8:00am
DIY: Re-purpose an old picture frame
Here is what you will need...
The Picture Frame
Spray paint in the color of your choice
One package of decorative push pins
Some string...I would suggest something sturdy
One package of small clothes pins
6 to 8 of your favorite pictures...
Here is what you will do...
First spray paint the frame to help give it a face-lift. Allow the paint to dry completely before going to the next step.
Next take your string and start at the top opening of your frame and tightly tack your string to each end of the frame using your decorative pushpins. If you are using a 11x14 frame you should be able to get at lease 3 to 4 strings across your frame.
Once all of your strings are securely in place, take your favorite pictures and hang them anyway you like using your package of small clothes pins to hold them in place attaching them to your string.
Now hang in your desired location and enjoy!
Min. Betty Hayes
Vegetable Meatballs and Pureed Cauliflower (see picture below)
(substitute for meatloaf and mashed potatoes)
- ground turkey and ground chicken
- organic whole grain bread crumbs
- seasonings to your liking
- fresh cauliflower
- sour cream
- salt and pepper
Combine your ground turkey and ground chicken together with the kale, spinach, organic bread crumbs, and seasonings. Form a ball and place them, preferably, in a glass baking dish. Cook for 30-40 minutes covered with aluminum foil at 350 degrees.
Before you prep your meatballs, cut your cauliflower and boil on medium heat covered. Once your cauliflower is in a softened state, place them in a blender and blend on the puree setting until the your cauliflower is smooth. Then you will return your pureed cauliflower back to the empty pot and add in sour cream, butter, and salt and pepper to your liking.
Pair this dish with your favorite side vegetable. This dish was paired with grilled asparagus, bok choy, red and yellow pepper, and onions. Try this healthier option today!
*Healthy Tip*: Apples contain quercetin, a powerful antioxidant that has been shown to protect brain cells from degeneration and may do the same in humans. Their high natural fiber content may help protect against colon cancer and, of course, they're heroes for your heart. Adults who eat apples are 37 percent less likely to have high blood pressure, and one group of researchers found that women who ate at least one apple a day were 28 percent less likely to develop diabetes than those who ate none.
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