Level I Getting Started With Whole Foods Are you a young
cook 13-18 who wants a crash course in 5 to 10 days? Your text is Introducing
Whole Foods Cooking. We do one recipe
after another to quickly expand your skills and confidence in the
kitchen. Are you an adult who need a jump start in a short time of 1 to
3 days to get you going?
Level II Improving Your Whole Foods Cooking Skills. You already
have some experience, but want to expand your recipe
repertoire and menu planning for family and friends.
III Learning to Lead by Serving in the Kitchen. Do
you possess a holy ambition to find imaginative ways to serve others?
you like to learn how to cook for a crowd, create a Blessing
Dinner,* serve a meal featuring a special guest*, make a memorable
meal for a ministry group, manage food service for a short term
mission team, plan for a camping trip, provide meals for an archeological
dig team, teach cooking classes, manage food service
for a hundred, publish your
An apprenticeship with Rich and Sue Gregg is designed
to help you do just that. They want to help you develop a vision for
serving others. Their home is a
where you can practice
In the gospels Jesus provides us models in real life
situations. He saves a
wedding planner from suffering the humiliation of putting on the
celebration talked about as "The wedding where they
ran out of . . ." He provides fish & chips catering service to hungry
thousands camping out in the countryside. He heals the afflicted, restores
sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, and leaping legs for the
paralyzed. He even prepared a beach breakfast for some very tired,
hungry fishermen after he turned their all night fishing failure into
Jesus service went beyond meeting readily apparent needs.
That was only the opener for his teaching about how
people could find forgiveness and how broken relationships could be
restored. Much of this occurred around eating and dining settings. In the gospel of
Luke alone there are 10 dining or eating events where Jesus was the main
figure and 7 other occasions involving food in a parable, event, or
examples and his followers' practice in Acts 2:42-47 supply models we
You are invited to join Sue and her
husband, Rich, as they engage in cooking and serving in ways that open
doors to service and ministry. In an apprenticeship you practice in the
real world of food preparation activities in the kitchen and serving at
the table where people engage in significant conversations.
You can learn alongside Mrs. Gregg and she practices
what she has taught in Russia, Okinawa, Estonia, Kenya, Malawi, and
Mexico. She and her husband invite you to learn and earn through
A typical apprenticeship begins with a one
or two week trial. It is extended on a month by month basis
self-supporting work-study program.
It can be coordinated with continuing online home school or home
school graduate studies while you
are in residence.
Interested? Write us an
email introducing yourself and your experience with
cooking and serving, as well as your aspirations for
what you would like
to learn. We'll
answer your questions. Please provide mailing address and phone
*A guest, Michael Austin, describes his experience at one of the Gregg's
Blessing Dinners. Read
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