VIDEO – Chef G. Garvin Talks To BMWK About Blazin’ Backyard BBQs And Sizzling End of Summer Recipes

BY: - 10 Aug '15 | Lifestyle

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BMWK was on hand to talk to Chef G. Garvin about planning the perfect end of summer and Labor Day Party.  We learn about his scrumptious recipes, healthy eating habits, and firing up the grill for a romantic summer rendez-vous.  Check out the video below to find out how to plan the perfect Labor Day menu.

Marinated BBQ Chicken Thighs

Ingredients
3 lbs. chicken thighs
½ cup Gold Peak Sweet Tea BBQ sauce, see recipe
For Marinade
½ cup Gold Peak Tea
½ cup olive oil
½ cup flat leaf parsley
1 tbsp. kosher salt
1 tbsp. cracked black pepper
¼ cup lemon juice
3 cloves garlic
2 tbsp. fresh rosemary removed from stem
2 tbsp. fresh thyme

Procedure
Combine all ingredients for marinade in a food processor until well combined. Place rinsed chicken thighs in a metal bowl andpour marinade over top. Coat chicken well with marinade. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours. Remove chicken thighs from marinade and place on preheated grill over a medium-low heat. Grill for about 20 minutes with the lid down, making sure to turn occasionally. Start brushing with Gold Peak Sweet Tea BBQ sauce when chicken is near doneness, repeating every 5 minutes until sauce is sticky and caramelized. Remove from grill and serve.

BMWK, What are your Labor Day plans?

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Joann Fisher wrote 110 articles on this blog.

Joann Fisher has been a writer and editor for both print and online newpapers and magazines for the last 10 years. She now serves as a Writer/Editor at BMWK and lead Editor for The Joy Network.

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Singles: How Intimate Can You Really Get And Still Remain Pure?

BY: - 14 Aug '15 | Lifestyle

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I grew up in a semi Christian home where my mom was a strong believer, but my dad was just a really good man with no desire to go to church. As a result, I became a hypocritical Christian. I said and did one thing in church in order to keep my mom happy, but lived a completely different lifestyle outside of the church.

This hypocriticial spirit followed me into my dating life. I said one thing, and actually did something completely different. I even got caught up in a relationship where I began to compromise with a lot of my already preset standards. Yes, even as a man, I had standards for myself. This relationship really helped me to see where my heart was with God.

It was from this relationship that God spoke to me and said, “Jamal, If you continue compromising now, you will compromise for the rest of your life.”

This was a MAJOR turning point in my relationship with God and also my relationship with women.

After that relationship, I didn’t involve myself with another serious relationship for 5 years as I allowed God to really deal with my heart.

The next serious relationship would be with my current wife. When we started dating, I was determined to do it “God’s Way” and be “pure”. But, as we grew closer, all of this was questioned and the age old question came up. How far is really too far to be considered “pure”.

Is holding hands to far?

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Is kissing too far?

Is being alone in the car too far?

Is cuddling too far?

Is looking into each other’s eyes too far?

Is laying in the bed with your clothes and lights on too far?

What is really TOO FAR?

I asked God this because I seriously wanted to honor him, but I quickly realized that the standards we set were always so easily manipulated. I stumbled upon two verses that really helped me shape my thinking.

  1. Someone may say, “I’m allowed to do anything,” but not everything is helpful. I’m allowed to do anything, but not everything encourages growth.” 1 Corinthians 10:23
  2. The pure in heart shall see God. Matthew 5:8

These verses helped me to see that even though others may say oh its cool you can do that, but just be careful with this that it opens the door for legalism. Purity is not a line to be crossed, it’s a direction of the heart.

The second verse I mentioned says, the pure in heart shall see God. If at all times we kept our minds focused on God versus focused on crossing the line, then we actually will stay on the right path towards honoring God.

My wife and I didn’t focus on crossing lines, but rather honoring God with every decision we made. Was it easy? Absolutely not. Did we have weak moments? Absolutely yes.

We were blessed to experience our first kiss after we got engaged, and waited until our wedding night to have sex. Did we do it perfectly, nope. But, we did our best to keep our hearts pure before God and thousands have been blessed by our story.

My desire to maintain physical boundaries was an outward expression of my heart’s desire to honor God and stay away from compromise.

Stop focusing on the line, and start focusing on honoring God and I guarantee you things will become a lot more clearer in your pursuit to be holy and pure in your relationship.

BMWK, How far is too far?

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Jamal Miller wrote 84 articles on this blog.

Jamal Miller is the Co-Founder of Married and Young.com, a community committed to doing relationships God’s way, alongside his wife Natasha Miller. He has been involved in Pastoral Ministry for over 8 years, graduating from Christ for the Nations Institute with his Practical Theology Degree and Ecclesia College with his Bachelors in Christian Leadership. His passion for marriage and healthy relationships has influenced thousands to do it God’s way! He is the author of "25 Ways to Prepare for Marriage Other than Dating". Jamal and Natasha reside in Chicago, IL.

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