It’s the first day of the New Year, and you know what that means, right? It’s time to make promises to yourself. Promises you’ll keep for a month or so anyway! If you made any exercise resolutions, today is your lucky day. I have just the post work-out treat for you. It’s easy to make, delicious to eat, and fuels your body with the perfect amount of protein to follow a moderate workout. Fifteen to twenty grams of protein after a work out is just about right. So, throw a few of these in a ziplock and into your gym bag. Depending on your protein powder, each of these will provide around five grams of protein. You might find yourself getting that work-out completed even faster just to get to this delicious snack!
Post Work-out Protein Bites
Combine all ingredients and mix well. Roll into 20 bite-sized balls. Store in refrigerator. Enjoy!
* If you’re in a chocolate mood, add a few tablespoons of cocao powder or cocao nibs.
I'd like to introduce you to Amy. I met Amy around the same time I met Andy. She was a fun-loving, full-of-energy teenager who always had a giant bow in her hair. She headed to Auburn and became an elementary school teacher. I'm pretty sure parents fought over having their kids in her classes! Amy... Read More
One of the things I appreciate about our church culture is that when something is working, we love to share it. We know we don’t have all of the answers, but we’re encouraged to share what we do know in order to help others go further faster. If you’re here, you must be curious about... Read More
Need a yummy side dish for your Christmas Dinner? Give this a try! Grandmama's Cranberry-Apple Bake 3 cups sliced apples 2 cups raw cranberries 3/4 cup sugar (I use Sucanat or dehydrated cane juice) 3/4 cup brown sugar 1 cup rolled oats 3/4 cup flour 1/2 cup chopped pecans (or whatever nuts you like)... Read More
Sandra is a Georgia native and has lived in the Atlanta area since graduating from Georgia Tech in 1988. She married Andy that same year and they founded North Point Ministries in 1995. Sandra’s ministry passion is promoting foster care in the local church. Much of her time these days is spent in seminary classes through Dallas Theological Seminary, working on various writing projects, and continuing her involvement with Fostering Together – the foster care initiative at North Point Ministries.
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“For by grace you are saved through faith, and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God” (Eph. 2:8).