Fireman Bob's Cooking From the Heart

Hosted by Bob Cooney
Group active since Tue, Nov 26, 2013

Our Goal in this Group Focuses on Service and How to Help Others Through the Gift of Food...
Please come and Share your Unique and Special Talents and Gifts with Others...

Tammy Brownlow
Mar 20, 2014

Just found this group (:

Bob is awesome!!! I had the pleasure of meeting him in Las Vegas - so sweet and kind...

Nor A.M
Jan 9, 2014

low fat

I am inviting you all to join my new group I created. (Low fat and loving it.)

This is a group to share only low fat dishes and desserts. I look forward to seeing all of your delicious low fat recipes. :0


Areatha Daniels
Jan 5, 2014

The Bed ,The Bath, The Beyond

Can't remember who introduced me to this YouTube but this is very funny take a look.

Bob Cooney
Jan 4, 2014

Out of the Mouths' of Babes..........

An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that who ever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he told them to run they all took each others hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that as one could have had all the fruits for himself they said: ''UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad?'' 'UBUNTU' in the Xhosa culture means: "I am because we are"

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Bob Cooney
Jan 3, 2014

Something for all of us to Ponder........

A member of the church, who previously had been attending services regularly, stopped going. After a few weeks, the pastor decided to visit him. It was a chilly evening. The pastor found the man at home alone, sitting before a blazing fire. Guessing the reason for his pastor's visit, the man welcomed him, led him to a comfortable chair near the fireplace and waited. The pastor made himself at home but said nothing. In the grave silence, he contemplated the dance of the flames around the burning logs. After some minutes, the pastor took the fire tongs, carefully picked up a brightly burning ember and placed it to one side of the hearth all alone then he sat back in his chair, still silent. The host watched all this in quiet contemplation. As the one lone ember's flame flickered and diminished, there was a momentary glow and then its fire was no more. Soon it was cold and dead. Not a word had been spoken since the initial greeting.The pastor glanced at his watch and realized it was time to leave. He slowly stood up, picked up the cold, dead ember and placed it back in the middle of the fire. Immediately it began to glow, once more with the light and warmth of the burning coals around it. As the pastor reached the door to leave, his host said with a tear running down his cheek, 'Thank you so much for your visit and especially for the fiery sermon. I will be back in church next Sunday.' We live in a world today, which tries to say too much with too little. Consequently, few listen. Sometimes the best sermons are the ones left unspoken.

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Bob Cooney
Dec 27, 2013

It is with a Sad and Heavy Heart...........

Dear Friends and Family,

It is with a sad and heavy heart that I let you all know that our Dear Friend Bobby Webb lost his Dear Sweet Alice yesterday at 1:20 pm... Please join with me and pray for Bobby's strength through this time in his life right now...
You may offer your condolences at....

May our Heavenly Father Bless Bobby at this time is my humble prayer ......