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KFUO Radio Interview

I am thankful for having the chance to share a little about what we do with the listeners to KFUO Radio on the Coffee Hour podcast with Andy Bates and Sarah Gulseth.

Summer reading list

If you are looking for some interesting books to read on the subject of Christian mercy in action, I highly recommend these books. Each book offers a unique prospective on helping those in need. I have a few chapters left in one book and I look forward to sharing some thoughts on each book atContinue reading “Summer reading list”

New Parking

The Southern District of the LCMS offered us a place to store the FBF trailers when not in use. It is a great location and offers easy access. We would like to thank them for their generous offer as we look forward to the future and the work we share together.

Community Grant Support

Forged by Fire Services has been fortunate to be able to receive community grant support from of our local Walmart Community Market stores this past month. We would like to thank those store managers and Walmart for their ongoing support of the great work we are able do because of their help. Please if youContinue reading “Community Grant Support”

Feed the Multitudes

On a short notice we were asked if we could provide some cooking help for an event in the greater New Orleans area called “Feed the multitudes” held at and by Victory church on Airline Hwy. They only needed us to help cook the food and they would serve. So we decided to give themContinue reading “Feed the Multitudes”

Swamp Pop Fest

Saturday I got to try my hand at cooking at a Jambalaya cookoff event, sponsored by the Gonzales Jambalaya Festival Association. It was a hot day, but an extremely fun day for a great cause. I would guess that in the last twenty years I have cooked about 100,000 pounds of Jambalaya. That is aContinue reading “Swamp Pop Fest”

Family Promise

On May 26th we were able to fix a pot of our famous chicken and sausage jambalaya for the grand opening of the new facility for Family Promise of St. Tammany Parish. It is great to share our talents with local non-profits in our community. Family Promise statement is simple “Transitioning homeless families toward sustainableContinue reading “Family Promise”


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