Burgers with Friends

We have a burger place in my city called Honest Abes. Last Sunday after church, some friends took me there for lunch. I have noticed food tastes better when friends buy lunch for me. πŸ™‚

I love the signs they have on the walls especially this one because I have a beard. πŸ™‚

It was so good to talk with people who I consider co-laborers in sharing the love of Jesus with people from other countries. My friends moved here three years ago to help with an Arabic speaking church. They had lived in Lyon France for ten years reaching out to people from North Africa living there.

I enjoy lunch with any friend, but lunch with people who are in similar ministry as mine is meaningful. We can encourage each other, listen to each other, and share concerns and vision for miistry.

Honest Abes has some interesting combinations for burgers. I enjoy the one they call Hammer of Thor. It comes with chipotle cream cheese, griddled brussels sprouts, bacon mayonnaise, and pepper jack cheese. I can get it with a gluten free bun.

Here’s hoping another friend takes me for burgers soon. πŸ™‚

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

15 thoughts on “Burgers with Friends

  1. Delicious lunch, made even better by eating with friends. When my wife and I traveled back to Montana in June, she suddenly developed a hungering taste for cheeseburgers, no pickles or onions. Now we grill a couple of 1/3 pound burgers once a week. A young family from our church as been involved with mission work in Lyon as well.

  2. We have a local πŸ” joint that is famous for giant hamburgers made from their own herd of longhorn cattle. Your post made me hungry, Matt! If you’re ever down this way I’ll be happy to treat you to a β€œMeer’s” burger. Blessings!

  3. I love your post dad. It made me smile. You always look on the bright side of light and you see and appreciate the blessings around you. Thanks for reminding us to be watchful, open our eyes and see the good things that the Lord has done. Love you. ❀ πŸ™‚

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