A Salsa Delivery Plus a Little LPL Recap for You

Good afternoon, ladies! I usually try to have the recap up before noon, if possible, but this morning we were caught off-guard by a special delivery that arrived to the office.

You see, Friday evening Beth was greeted in Lubbock, Texas with what she would call the salsa of her life. Salsa, as in the yummy goodness you dip your chip in, not the dance.Β  She spoke out about it on Twitter and nearly announced that she’d marry it, if that were possible. We Texans are a little passionate about chips and salsa, in case you were wondering.

See tweet on Exhibit A:

She was so passionate about said salsa, that she introduced it to the ladies attending the LPL.

Fast forward to this morning when we had a visitor ring the doorbell at the office. As usual, my coworker Kimberly went to see who was here when she was greeted by a man with a lot of boxes. At this point, sitting in my second-floor office, all I hear is the word, “SALSA!” loudly exclaimed!

To those of us who didn’t attend the conference (which was all our Staff), we were a little confused until this man told us that he was delivering salsa to us as a gift to Beth for making such a big deal out it. He was the salsa angel! And low and behold, it was HIS salsa. He stopped by LPM on his way to make a delivery at our neighborhood HEB!

Exhibit B: Salsa Delivery Man!

Needless to say, this very day, we enjoyed some chips and salsa alongside our lunch. And we are ever so grateful.

Moral of the story: You never know what might show up at the Living Proof offices. Next time I want something in bulk, I might just have Beth tweet about it. Of course, I’m only kidding. Grin.

And last but certainly not least, here is this weekend’s recap. It is an excellent visual of, I’m sure, an even more Spirit-filled weekend.

Living Proof Live | Lubbock from LifeWay Women on Vimeo.


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  1. 1
    Cathy says:

    Loved every minute of the Lubbock conference and was blessed to be there with my adult daughters. I so appreciated Beth’s love for Jesus and the women in attendance. I needed the reminder that I am not the Christ and I grew up in the presence of the Lord.

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    Gina says:

    What an awesome time we had in Lubbock! The Lord did some amazing things and we give him all the praise. Thank you LPL for coming our way & we are looking forward to your next visit.

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    Mary G. says:

    There is something incredibly special about being able to look upon those precious faces and being able to see in the recap video God ministering to all these women that what you prayed your heart out for…God not only heard…He answered so beautifully! Thank you Lord! You are so good!!!!

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    Dena says:

    This was such a wonderful weekend for me!! I was so encouraged by my time of fellowship with other women of God. I am so thankful for the work that the Lord does through you Beth and He has used your testimony in mighty ways in my life. Thank you for your willingness to be open about your life story. Many blessings to you as you continue to serve the Lord! πŸ™‚

  5. 5
    Cheryl says:

    What a life changing weekend. It sure felt like a lot more people than 6800. Thank you to all the people that made that weekend so wonderful.

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    Pam Nelson says:

    And so where does this wonderful Salsa come from?

    • 6.1
      Lindsee says:

      Kylito’s Salsa in Lubbock, TX πŸ™‚

      • Tracye says:

        Hi Lindsee,
        Wow- thank you guys for the write up on Kylito’s Salsa! I am one of the owners (Kylito’s sister-in-law)…our online orders have tripled…bless you guys!!! They can order on our website at: http://www.kylitos.com! Thank you again, and many blessings to all of you! Tracye

        • Lindsee says:

          Hi Tracye! Thanks for saying hi! And THANK YOU so much for the salsa! We enjoyed it yesterday so much. And will continue to. Grin. Many blessings!

          • Tracye says:

            You are so welcome! We were so glad Kyle happened to be in Houston to make the delivery!!! Get ready for some more…you have another case from a sweet fan in Amarillo that ordered some for ya’ll! When you get low…give us a holler!

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    connie says:

    Please tell the name of salsa and if available on line.

    • 7.1
      Lindsee says:

      Not sure if it’s available online, but it is available at some HEB’s. Kylito’s Salsa in Lubbock, TX. Hope your search is successful! πŸ™‚

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    Kristy says:

    I love the video recap! The song is beautiful & the scenes from the conference are so uplifting! What a nice surprise with the salsa! God bless!

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    Dore' says:

    Please tell us the name of this wondrous salsa so we can order it online. I can’t make out the name in the photo. It sounds like it must be super great! Thanks so much!

  10. 10
    Sarah says:

    On the subject of salsa, I would be forever grateful if you could tell me the best places to eat Mexican food (or any food!) in the Houston area. For the last month, I have thought, “I should see if LPM Lindsee can give me the down-low for where to eat the best food,” and this post has pushed me over the edge to ask!

    We are coming to TX (from Iowa) at the end of this week and Mexican food is certainly at the top of my list of love languages. I know what we have in Iowa can’t even compare to what I’ve read about and heard is available in TX. My husband is a children’s pastor who is doing an event at a church in Katy on Sunday and then we are heading to Bacliff for an inner city outreach on Monday. So we’ll have Saturday-Sunday in the Katy area and Monday-Wednesday in Webster and Galveston area. Please help a girl out on where we should eat!

    • 10.1
      Lindsee says:

      Sarah! I’m so glad you asked. You can’t go wrong with Lupe Tortilla (the best imo) or Pappasito’s. Both, I think, are in the Katy area! Welcome to Houston! You’ll get to experience more than just Tex-Mex, but the humidity as well. I hope you love it!

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    Jodi plum says:

    Ok…no fair! All the salsa talk and not one jar of it at any store in So Ca! Could you bring a jar with you to San Diego in October? I’ll be the one carrying my bible and a bag of tortilla chips! Smile

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    Patti says:

    Thank you so much for coming!!!

  13. 13
    Donna says:

    Would you mind writing the name of the salsa? I t looks blurry on line. Love Jesus , you and Beth too! Thanks.

  14. 14
    Donna says:

    Hi, again. Would you also mind if I asked where Beth’s lovely sweater came from that is shown in last picture? Thanks.

    • 14.1
      Lindsee says:

      HI Donna! I have no clue where the lovely sweater came from, but the salsa is Kylito’s Salsa in Lubbock, TX. I hope that helps!

  15. 15
    Joy Cravens says:

    Love the video recap. Looks like these ladies received a big blessing. Also – loved the reaction to the Salsa and the fact they hand-delivered some to your office. How cool is that! So…..I just ordered a jar of the Salsa!!!!

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    Tracye says:

    Hi ladies, you can order Kylito’s Salsa online at: http://www.kylitos.com!

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    katiegfromtennessee says:

    Lovely video, and beautiful song:)

  18. 18
    Laura Fulkerson says:

    Loved having y’all in Lubbock! So sweet of The Lord Jesus to be there strong and to see so many lives come to know Christ! That’s the best!! I’m praying for Denver!

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    Both LifeWay Women events were absolutely wonderful this past week. Bless you all for touching so many lives, saving so many lives and inspiring others to do the same. The theme of infertility struck a huge chord in my heart to share the story God wrote for me. Be blessed! ~ Jennifer Poss Taylor

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    JoAnn Janik says:

    Speaking of Salsa…..I tried a new recipe last weekend that was fabulous. Love to share.

    2 1/2 cups of watermelon (tiny cubes)
    1 cup mango (tiny cubes)
    1 lime (juice)
    2 tbsp. of cilantro (chopped)
    1 fresh jalapeno (finely chopped and seeded)
    1/4 cup of red onion (chopped) I used shallots instead.
    1/2 tsp. salt

    Mix altogether and enjoy with your favorite chip.

    Yums to the Max !!! S

    There are so many different kinds of salsa combinations, it’d fun to share recipes with each other. I’m happy Lubbock LPL was a great success.

  21. 21
    Sarah says:

    Are you guys asking for chocolate?

  22. 22
    Sarah says:

    My goodness you guys have some talented singers and musicians. Is there some albums they have released?

    I’d love it if you uploaded some more clips. On the blog.

  23. 23
    Lorraine Zentz says:

    Well, I can truly say that I have enjoyed this summer study. I usually blow off these things in the summer and am so thankful I did not this time. It never fails that when I listen to the Holy Spirit, things fall into place. My passion for God’s word has exploded this last year and I just can’t get enough.
    This study has opened my eyes to the gifts God has given me. This gentle reminder has allowed me to refocus. Timing… God’s of course… is perfect. I am heading to Denver next week for the Living Proof Live and know that I am supposed to be there.

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    Mary Pluhar says:


    First thing I saw in the picture was the big double T of Texas Tech University, and as a ridiculous crazy Red Raiders football fan, I was blessed before you even started writing. I’m sure the salsa was incredible, too, but I just HAVE to say, “GUNS UP, Beth Moore!” πŸ™‚

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    Trudy Gillespie says:

    Got to attend the Lubbock event with my daughter, daughter in law and 3 granddaughters, it was a blessing to all of us.

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    Robin Roy says:

    Awesome! I wish you came closer to Florida, Beth, I absolutely adore you and your teachings and you just totally remind me of Jesus–I see Jesus in you! I want people to say that about me. I need work (a job)! “I am blessed to be a blessing”, Amen? I want every one of your teachings, but I believe #1 would be this summer bible study you just had– looks like it’s about finding God’s will for my life, and that’s where I’m at and needing: God’s Will for my life! Real sorry I missed it!
    God Bless You and everything you do, Robin

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