Home / Courses / Summit 2020 – The Joy Adventure Welcome to Summit Welcome to Summit – Tutorial 15 min Summit Notebook & Schedule Session 1 - Staying Power Worship with Laura and Mark Heath Success Story – Lucinda Secrest McDowell Keynote – Carol Kent Seminar – Janet McHenry Seminar – Lisa Lewis Seminar – Karen Porter Body & Soul Workout: Strength and Flexibility Session 2 - Choosing Joy Body & Soul Workout: Cardio Warm Up Worship with Laura & Mark Heath Success Story – Sherrie Carroll Keynote – Pam Farrel Seminar – Grace Fox Seminar – Becky Turner Seminar – Charlotte Davis Lunch, Connecting and Online Shopping Online Shopping Session 3 - Jumping for Joy Seminar – Carole Lewis Seminar – Helen Baratta Seminar – Sherry Leggett Worship with Laura & Mark Heath Success Story – Ken Hodgson Keynote – Vicki Heath Finish the Journey The All Access Download Survey 07 min Get Your Certificate Summit 2020 – The Joy Adventure Back to Course This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Prev Seminar – Janet McHenry Next Seminar – Karen Porter 33 Comments Kathleen Bourgault 6:48 am on July 24, 2020 Above states: Past embed code in Text box. Where do we find the embed code? Reply Helen Baratta 12:33 pm on July 24, 2020 Kathleen, sorry for the confusion. This was a housekeeping note. Lisa’s seminar is now loaded. Reply Roseanne Chee 1:17 pm on July 24, 2020 What happened to the cherry tomato entree recipe? Lol Reply Sandyk456 3:59 pm on July 24, 2020 Enjoyed, I’m going to make the strawberry cake now!!!!!!!!!!! Reply pattygallison 7:52 pm on July 24, 2020 Skipped the pasta dish. Reply Helen Baratta 11:17 pm on July 24, 2020 We updatated the video with the missing section. Reply Janet McHenry 7:53 pm on July 24, 2020 “Don’t be afraid to take whisks!” Love it, Lisa. Reply Tina Hess 7:57 pm on July 24, 2020 THe one pan pasta cut out…didn’t get to see it. Reply Missy S. 7:57 pm on July 24, 2020 For the drizzle on the strawberry cake instead of water I use lemon juice or lime juice. Lemon for strawberry! Thx Lisa xx Reply Mary Seresse 8:01 pm on July 24, 2020 Missed the pasta entree. Is it in Lisa’s cookbook? I definitely will try the cake recipe. Looked yummy Reply Lisa Merkle 8:02 pm on July 24, 2020 Thanks for the handout/recipes! Reply mlhawk 8:04 pm on July 24, 2020 Lord knows I need joy in the kitchen! Single Serving strawberry cake? Yes, please! Reply Raquel Ealy 8:46 pm on July 24, 2020 FYI: For some reason the segment that was supposed to show you making the one pan pasta entrée didn’t play. It shows you announcing it but then it skips to dessert. I know that you included the recipe on the handout but I would have loved to see you make it. Reply Helen Baratta 11:18 pm on July 24, 2020 We updated the video to add that section. Reply karen.l.williamson.rd 8:56 pm on July 24, 2020 The video was a little choppy but I so enjoyed watching Lisa “doing her thing”, making jokes and laughing at them while making the food look yummy and making cooking healthy look fun – thank you Lisa! Reply cdavis 9:15 pm on July 24, 2020 Love the sauce ideas to bring some creativity to my center-of-the-plate proteins! And, I am definitely going to try that sweet little single-serve cake! 🙂 Reply Jennifer Sharnowski 9:22 pm on July 24, 2020 This was great! Loved the tips and look forward to trying these out. Thank you! Reply Laura 9:22 pm on July 24, 2020 Thank you Lisa! Reply Lisa Lewis 10:33 pm on July 24, 2020 Hey guys — new video uploaded that includes the One Pan Pasta. If you want to give it another try, you can fast forward to 13:40 to catch that recipe. Reply lsewell 10:53 pm on July 24, 2020 Thanks, Lisa. I loved the video and recipes. It was so good to see you! I am excited to try the sauces. Our grilled chicken is bland. Reply cpc4him_2000 8:04 am on July 25, 2020 Thanks, Lisa. I really enjoyed the “tips”. I wrote them down so I would remember them. Reply Opal Chavez 8:13 am on July 25, 2020 I waited to see this video in the morning while I was having breakfast. I had already eaten dinner, so did not want to get hungry looking at the video. I am trying to get my last 6-7 lbs. off. Great demonstration of Frozen Smoothie Bowl, Honey Balsamic Sauce and Single Serve Strawberry Cake. I will try these recipes. Thank you for the handout. Reply Karen Porter 8:21 am on July 25, 2020 Thanks Lisa. This was terrific and fun and so creative. Love all the tips and the recipes. Reply Debbie Behling 8:43 am on July 25, 2020 Thanks, Lisa; that was great! Could you give us what to put on our trackers for each serving of the recipes you shared? Appreciate all you do! Reply pinkflamingombt 1:18 pm on July 25, 2020 Very much enjoyed this! Reply Janice Peterson 5:36 pm on July 25, 2020 Lisa In your granola recipe you mentioned you would not use Olive oil- why not|? Reply Kerry McNeil 8:15 pm on July 25, 2020 Thank You Lisa for your cooking demo, tips & techniques and food for fuel info!!! Looks delicious & yummy!! 😋😋😋 I adore the “taking whisks” too❣️🤣💓 Reply gstefany 1:32 pm on July 26, 2020 Lisa, this was GREAT! I felt like I was really there with you and that you were talking to me directly. I wish you could have heard how many times I looked at you and said “Duh! Why didn’t I think of that?” (Spraying the honey spoon with nonstick spray, for example) I also burst out laughing when you said “taking whisks”! Good one! Thank you so much!!! Reply Cathy Peterson 2:40 pm on July 26, 2020 Looks great! Can’t wait to try them! Reply Barbara Alewine 11:44 am on July 31, 2020 Fun to watch. Love you Lisa Reply Carolyn Crowe 12:06 pm on July 31, 2020 I love watching you in your kitchen….your happy place. Each recipe sounds great. Not too long ago I made your salmon with pecan/honey topping..really enjoyed it. Reply libbys90 10:22 am on August 1, 2020 Thanks so much!! I’ll surely print these out to try them. I’m especially excited for the smoothie bowl and the cake. Also great tip on cutting calories with powdered sugar or glaze drizzle. 10 calories in a teaspoon of powdered sugar!! Crazy!! That’s awesome!! Reply fp4hdanvilleva 3:39 pm on August 1, 2020 I’ve already tried several of these recipes. Winners all! I was skeptical about the pasta dish but it was great! (I doubled the tomatoes and added arugula for the last minute of cooking instead of using spinach.) The strawberry cake was fun but I substituted half of a large peach for the strawberries and it was even better. Just used a bit of Lite Cool Whip for topping. I love that it makes just one serving. Thank you, Lisa for keeping us healthy and happy in the kitchen! 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