PRINCETON — Creation Health will offer plant-based cooking classes from noon to 1:30 p.m. Sundays, Sept. 17 and Oct. 22, in Princeton.
Creation Health is a faith-based health and wellness program based on Biblical principles and evidence-based science. Classes are lead by Joy Kauffman, MPH, who is passionate about health, hunger and healing in the global body of Jesus Christ. She loves sharing biblical wisdom for abundant living.
Both classes will be at the Princeton Seventh-day Adventist Church, just two miles north of Interstate 80 (on Exit 56 - Princeton) right off of Highway 26. The classes are open to the public and lunch will be served. A donation to offset expenses is welcome. To RSVP, text 815-200-4925.
Kauffman graduated magna cum laude from both Johns Hopkins University with a master’s in public health (1997) and from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in International Nutrition (1992). She is also a certified Creation Health instructor (2016). She is the founder of Farm Stew, a recipe for abundant life. “I love to share things that can allow us live life more abundantly. Jesus says he wants that for everyone in John 10:10.”