Episode 18: Identity, Instant Pot, and Kids in the Kitchen (an Interview with Lisa Burns)
Today I have an interview with one of my very favorite women, Lisa Burns from ThisPilgrimLife.com, and author of the newly released, Family Meals from Scratch in the Instant Pot.
Lisa is truly a gem of a woman, and a dear friend to me.
She’s definitely an Instant Pot expert, but more than that she’s a woman who exudes love and joy in Christ, and encourages you to take another step on your journey.
No matter where you’re coming from right now, she’s a woman who will encourage you.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- What life is like right now for her as a mom of 5 children
- How God shaped her identity so that she might love others well
- Why the name of her blog is This Pilgrim Life (and how this perspective shapes her everyday)
- All about her new book (and a whole lot of mouthwatering food talk)
- Tips for enjoying kids in the kitchen (and how to enjoy the season of their desire to be in the kitchen)
- And more (I mean, could there possibly be more?)
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Family Meals from Scratch in the Instant Pot
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Links from this Episode:
- The Blue Castle, by L.M. Montgomery
- No Longer Little, by Hal & Melanie Young
- The Gospel Come with a House Key, by Rosaria Butterfield
- The Road Back to You, by Ian Morgan Cron
- The Wingfeather Saga, by Andrew Peterson
- New Morning Mercies, by Paul David Tripp
- Andrew Peterson Music
- Passion and Purity, by Elisabeth Elliot
- Let Me Be a Woman, by Elisabeth Elliot
- One-Hour French Bread
- Teaching Knife Skills to Kids (When, What, & How)
- How to Get Started with an Instant Pot
- All of Lisa’s Instant Pot Recipes on her Blog (I’m warning you…you will convert!)
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i am just touched about the post. you were made to give life. This speak a lot about her vision and why one needs to be careful not to destroy the life supposed to be made. i should like all her posts.