Jan 30 2014

Russell Wilson's Faith in God

Scott and Kelli were at Media Day in New York City for the Super Bowl and were able to speak with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson about the importance of his faith in God and how it affects his play on the football field. "In terms of my faith, that's the number one thing in my life. To be able to play the game of football...I give all the glory to Him," Russell says. Hear the whole interview below, and also learn about Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's Christian faith in a recent article in the Christian Post.


Russell Wilson at Media Day before the Super Bowl

Jan 29 2014

NY Cares, Peyton Manning listening to K-LOVE and Media Day with the Broncos

Scott & Kelli chat with Lauren Rothchild from NY Cares.


Bart Starr visits with Scott & Kelli to discuss the Super Bowl Breakfast



Peyton Manning

Broncos tight end Jacob Tamme on carpooling with quarterback Peyton Manning and listening to K-LOVE

 

Scott & Kelli went to Media Day for the Super Bowl. Listen to what Eric Decker from the Denver Broncos said:


Jacob Tamme shares at Media Day in New York


Broncos tight end Jacob Tamme shares about the importance
of his faith at Super Bowl Media Day

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Jan 28 2014

Casting Crowns visits Scott & Kelli

Mark Hall talks with Scott & Kelli about Sila, Chris Huffman's baby boy

The Twitter Take-Over

Casting Crowns talk about "Thrive"

Story behind "All You Ever Wanted"

The story behind the new CD

Giving and North Korea

Broken Together - more about the songs on "Thrive"

Learning more and leaking

 

 

 

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Scott's Infamous Turkey
Nov 24 2009

Scott's Infamous Turkey

Hey Everybody! I have had so many requests for how I cook my Thanksgiving turkey, so I thought I would post it here for you! So here goes! Take your turkey, after you have thawed it out, pull all the giblets out, don't want to forget those! Take a stick of butter at and mix it with minced garlic, crushed red pepper, and some dried thyme. Mix the ingredients together. Once you have dried the turkey off and toweled out the cavity. Take a pairing knife and make small slits in between the ribs into the breast of the turkey. Lift the skin of the turkey and make some small slits into the breast, make sure that you also make these slits in the front of the breast too, where the neck attaches. Then use your fingers to take the butter mixture and wedge it up into the slits that you have made into the turkey breast. Save some of the mixture to tuck under the skin around the thighs and legs. Then when roasting, as directed on your turkey label, be sure to tent your roasting pan with foil, until it's time to remove it and brown the skin. Check back every so often and use the turkey juices to baste your turkey breast. I always stuff the turkey with a little dressing to add to the other stuffing, it moistens everything up and adds lots of flavor. I will also use some of the juice from the turkey pan to moisten the stuffing. It is delicious!!! Enjoy and have a Great Thanksgiving!!!

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11/16/2009 10:43:08 PM
JJ Heller United States
JJ Heller
This Thanksgiving I'm thankful for this recipe that you posted. I've been waiting for this! We're looking forward to a delicious turkey this thanksgiving.... but if it's awful, we're blaming you Smile.
*jj
11/23/2009 2:05:08 PM
June Mann United States
June Mann
This years Thanksgiving was very crazy. My husbands grandfather was unresponsive and my husband heard it on his dad's scanner. He rushed over to his house and found him dead. My husband is a CNA and is trained in CPR. Well he brought him back. On the way to the hospital he died 2 more times. But he is very well now. And last year on Thanksgiving I had to have emergency surgery, to have my gall bladder removed. Me and my husband are wondering what next year will bring. LOL
1/16/2010 9:09:28 PM
Falco United States
Falco
Sounds very good!!
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