KISS ME IN THE KITCHEN

Ministering as a Priest at the Altar of the Kitchen

by Dr. Steve Ogan


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Softcover
£9.95
Hardcover
£17.99
Softcover
£9.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/5/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781477226186
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781477226179

About the Book

Kisses and kitchens are more connected than most people can ever imagine. A kiss is an expression of love. It is an indication of intimacy, a show of affection. The kitchen is a place of cooking. It is a centre for the practical demonstration of a wife’s love for her husband and a husband’s love for his wife. Just as a kiss is “ministered” out of a heart of affection, so the ministry in the kitchen is rendered out of a heart of care and consideration. Kiss Me in the Kitchen is a unique book. It deals with the following: *The kitchen as an altar for the preservation of love and life *The relationship of kissing and the priesthood of the kitchen-place *How husbands and wives can kiss each other in the kitchen-place *How parents can kiss their children and teach them to minister in the kitchen *Kissing and the restoration of the biblical patterns of nutrition *Releasing the rainbow colours of the kitchen *Turning your spouse into a celebrity chef *The ministry of the watchman and intercession in the kitchen *How to kiss your spouse with love poems in the kitchen *The health benefits of kissing in the kitchen *Kissing for divine breakthrough in the kitchen The passion to cook a lovely meal is as powerful as the preparation to give a passionate kiss. As kissing is indispensable to lovers, so is the kitchen indispensible to families.


About the Author

Dr. Steve Ogan is a former lecturer in the Department of History, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Ibadan. He is an anointed teacher and a much sought-after marriage counselor, evangelist, and poet. His ministry is a blessing to many people around the world. He oversees the High Calling Outreach, a literature evangelism ministry. He is married to Atim Sofori Ogan, and they have five sons.