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I was a youth pastor, and she worked as a waitress at Romano's Macaroni Grill, where she perfected both writing her name upside down with a crayon and singing "Happy Birthday" in Italian.Because she had mainly lunch shifts, I would usually arrive home from work after her.I wonder if this is what cave women felt like: hairy and relaxed. Finally, I don’t have this fear of being judged everywhere I go.Side-note: I find it interesting that my browser just auto-corrected ‘cavewomen’ to ‘cave women’ or ‘cave-women’ but also gave ‘cavemen’ as an alternative. Maybe because I’m not looking and I’m also not pretending I’m not looking but still looking on the sly, I feel more confident.
My other favorite thing about coming home is the smell that meets me when I walk in the door. (Although it might have gotten a bit excessive: the other day I put a pair of jeans on, and my five-year-old daughter, Daisy, looked at me and said, "Are you preaching today?Jennie does an absolutely wonderful job of creating an atmosphere, and she usually has candles lit, music playing, and something delicious cooking. You only wear real pants on preaching days.")That's what I want to talk to you about in this chapter, and to be honest, it's the reason I wrote this book.In the winter, often something hot and bubbling has been cooking slowly in the Crock-Pot for hours: a delicious chili, a spicy Thai curry, or some hearty and filling shepherd's pie with ground turkey (instead of beef) and sweet potatoes. As I write this I'm sitting in a hotel in downtown Los Angeles. There is nothing quite like walking into a warm, cozy house, with a fire roaring, a puppy yipping, little girls screaming and running, candles dripping wax on the table, and something rich and savory simmering in the kitchen. When I was a teenager I always wanted to go out and do something. Not sweatpants — something cooking slowly in a Crock-Pot. This Crock-Pot belongs to the devil, and trust me when I tell you that you don't want what he's got inside his electric cauldron.Levi travels around the world speaking about Jesus.He takes pleasure in small things such as black coffee, new shoes, fast Internet, and falling asleep in the sun.
His nickname is the Father of Faith or just Father Abraham.