Cooking With Sarah
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Cooking With Sarah

Week 282: A Recipe from Friends

As they say — sharing is caring…

Each Sunday, my wife and I cook and eat a meal together — intentionally. Every Friday, I’ll be sharing our experience here in this space. I want to see the growth that will come in our marriage because of this. I hope you enjoy our story. You can find last week’s post here.

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Every Sunday, my wife and I cook together. It's a time to be intentional about our marriage and enjoy some good food along the way. Each week, we post about our experiences here. It's amazing what you can learn from the simple things in life.

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Aaron Charles

Aaron Charles

Christ-follower. Husband to @SarahLCharles. Simple moments hold great power. Connect with me at my website: www.aarondcharles.com

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