The Aroma of Autumn
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There’s something so inviting about a warmly lit kitchen on a dark Autumn evening.

Over the weekend, I decided to try my hand at an easy chicken casserole. I think even more than the food itself, I was craving the memory of growing up when my mother would prepare something similar in our kitchen.

Eagerly, my daughter pulled up a stool to help. As she stirred and I chopped, I realized how nice it was to have the TV off for a change. My husband joined us and before I knew it, we were having an impromptu family meal. (We even sat at the dining room table!)

Go ahead and knock out a little comfort food this week. I learned it provides more than just physical nourishment.


  • “Lifting Your Spirit with Sarah Taylor” offers a chance to go a little deeper with our listener together. Mixed with music and stories/interviews, listener interaction, Sarah’s heart for the SPIRIT family, together we acknowledge that there are not easy, one-size-fits-all answers for life’s bigger questions. “Lifting Your Spirit with Sarah Taylor” will share in both celebrations and disappointments. Most of all, it’s a nightly reminder that you’re not on this journey alone.

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