Spokane Valley Adventist Church
... exists to risk everything for lost people before Jesus returns.

1601 S Sullivan Rd
Spokane Valley, WA 99037-9012
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"Welcome to the Spokane Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church website.  As you explore these pages, we hope you will find what you need to enhance your relationship with God.  Since friendship with our Creator is both personal and public, we’ve designed this site to assist you in knowing Him better and growing to be like Him in character.

Our highest desire for you is that you find God to be exactly as Scripture and His Son portray Him – compassionate, freedom-loving, trustworthy, just as willing to forgive and heal as Jesus is.  We pray that this realization will lead you to begin or continue to love and trust Him in a life-transforming way.

So enjoy this website.  And when you can, join us at our worship center for encouragement in our common pursuit of a daily, life-changing, joy-filled experience with God which will take us into an exciting eternity with Him!"

Teddy Shupe , lead pastor of the Spokane Valley Seventh-day Adventist Church

Dinner With The Doctor - April 30, 2017
Time:3pm-6pm

This is a free event but please register with this link
(or select the photo and registration form will open up) 
 


Cauliflower Street Tacos

Cabbage & Cilantro Slaw

Shred finely:

12 oz red or green cabbage

2-3 med carrots

Dice/mince small:

1/2 med red onion

1/2 c cilantro

Optional: hot pepper* (jalapeño or hot wax) OR 2 medium pepper (Coranado or Anaheim)

Squeeze fresh limes or lemons to make 3 tablespoons of fresh juice, add to slaw with a few generous

pinches of natural sea salt. Stir and serve!

*The more seeds and veins you remove from your pepper, the less spice you will get.

The Cauliflower

Wash and cut into small florets:

2 lb cauliflower

Spread evenly on a large ungreased baking sheet, sprinkle with:

1 T extra virgin olive oil

2 t mild chili powder

1/2 t granulated onion

1/2 t granulated garlic

3/8 t natural sea salt

1/4 t black pepper

1/8 t Chinese 5 spice

Roast at 400 for 20 minutes, cauliflower should be fork tender, with roasted edges. Transfer to a bowl.

Warm: 8-8inch corn tortillas

Fill tortillas with 1/2 cup of cauliflower and top with slaw. Garnish with Greek yogurt, slaw, and lime

wedges.

Recipe by: Jamie Aquino email: i_heart_cooking@hotmail.com FB Page: Aquino Kusina
 
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