About Bought At A Price
The beginning of this story was an afternoon conversation with Sarah’s mother-in-law. That conversation led to a friendship fueled by Sunday coffee dates and talks about life. One of those coffee conversations was about a dream God placed on Hannah’s heart.
A dream to help God’s children realize just how valuable they are. To help them realize that they have every reason in the world to hold their heads high, put a smile on their faces, and take great care of themselves.
Not just care in one area or for one season but care in all areas and for life.
Hannah knew that she wasn’t supposed to take this dream on solo. That takes us back to those Sunday coffee dates and a conversation about Sarah. Little did Hannah or Sarah know that God had been drawing them towards each other for several years and that He was preparing each of them for His perfect will.
This is what we know about God’s plans – they will happen. Our prayerful patience brought us together and has brought us to you. Bought At A Price is a blog fueled by God and based on 1 Corinthians 6:19-20.
“Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies.”
Our mission is to help you recognize your Superpower (hello Holy Spirit) so you can faithfully steward all areas of your life and make a Kingdom difference.
As we explore God’s word to discover our place in the story of the Holy Spirit and Temple of God we hope you:
- recognize who God sees you as
- the value of caring for your body
- you see God’s work in all aspects of your life.
Using God’s Word as our guide we want to see you making more Bible based decisions about the way you care for your
Through this you will be a shining light, reflecting the goodness of God, to all.
Sarah was born and raised underneath the evergreens of the great Pacific Northwest, where she learned to appreciate home cooked meals, coffee before church, and thoughtful conversations.
Hannah has a deep love for helping people realize who they are in Christ and helps lead a small group that equips men and women to become and make disciples. She also leads two ladies bible study groups. As a disabled Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Functional Nutrition practitioner and a type 1 diabetic she now spends her time serving God and His people. She believes God created food to be enjoyed and to bring about the best health possible. Living life, despite its difficulties, to magnify and reflect God’s character to others is her life goal.
When she’s not serving at church or studying, she can be found walking her diabetic alert dog (DAD), Jazz. Her all-time favorite things are creating healthy food that tastes great (she’d spend all day tinkering in the kitchen if health allowed) and reading the Bible, cookbooks and recipes. Yes, reading cookbooks and recipes is something she considers fun.
If you’re interested in knowing more about Hannah, here are a few things…..
- Giving back to her community and serving those in need is a must.
- Vegetables are a strength and creative outlet of mine. Thank God they are full of health promoting nutrients. They come in all shapes, colors, and flavors and can be turned into a plethora of smile inducing meals.
- Current scientific research and literature is something she’s passionate about staying current on. You can confidently rest assured that the information we provide you, will be based on the most recent evidence based recommendations.
- She’s had type 1 diabetes for over 20 years and despite many struggles and disabilities, lives a victorious life.
Here are a couple of fun facts about her:
- Peanut butter is something she could eat an entire container of (what is there about PB that causes the spoon to keep going back for more and then delivering it to your mouth…??)
- She’s pretty sure she was born with a family ice cream gene. Her grandpa was convinced ice cream was a meal and covered all food groups. Most people in her family are genetically drawn to ice cream (with a spoonful of peanut butter mixed in).