Flippin’ pancakes

pancakesOut came the chocolate spread and golden syrup last night in the Elliott Household, for the time had come for the ‘pancakes of delight’ to be enjoyed!

None the less, before you reach ‘pancake perfection’, one must have an ‘epic fail.’

Many will not admit that they went through this phase but everyone does. Even Jamie Oliver. Sadly, I missed the ‘Kodak moment’ and therefore, cannot show you the pancake of doom.

Our first pancake production looked rather like something found, post surgery on ‘Embarrassing Bodies’.  Though, once it was covered in chocolate spread and golden syrup, all was OK. At that point, the aesthetics are not necessary, but the sweet, gooeyness as it meets your tongue is of crucial importance.

Perfection is a high standard, even in pancakes! There’s lots of pressure in todays world to be perfect. Perhaps with regards to our image, our relationships or our skills.
Sure, we should always aim for excellence in all that we do, but when trying to be perfect eats away at our self confidence and view of ourselves, we need to take a step back.

Know that God values you, just as you are. He is blind to your imperfection. Of course, he’s aware of the mistakes and errors, but those have been dealt with.

You have a God-given purpose in life – Don’t limit your purpose by your imperfection.

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PS – You can see a video of Tom flipping pancakes here. Excuse the imperfect hair. 🙂



About laughingwithtom

Tom Elliott is a Christian Communicator who is passionate about introducing people to Jesus. Tom is also a credible and experienced Comedian, Magician, Speaker and writer, with a heart to use his gifts for the extension of Gods Kingdom. He has travelled extensively throughout the UK and abroad, whilst also being on the leadership team of his home church in Gloucestershire. Tom has been mentored by some of the UK’s most influential evangelists including J.John, Steve Legg, Mark Greenwood, Mark Ritchie, Matt Summerfield, Barry Woodward and more. Through his acclaimed show, Tom captures the attention of non believers through quality entertainment and as a result has been able to share his faith on TV, Radio, Online, in schools, churches & theatres reaching thousands of people with the Gospel. Tom has also taken his work to many large scale events and Festivals such as ‘New Wine’, ‘Detling,’ ‘Gorsley’, ‘Greenbelt’ and ‘Spring Harvest’ Tom is honoured to be an Ambassador for the international Christian charity ‘Compassion’ who work to change lives in over 26 countries that suffer extreme poverty. Toms desire is to see all people take hold of Jesus’ promise of life to the full. On stage and off stage, Tom’s passion for this fulfilment of life is contagious. Tom has been personally trained by expert entertainers and in 2013, Tom contributed to a book titled ‘Does God LOL’ alongside some of the biggest names in comedy, to raise money for national charity, ‘Mary’s Meals’. This book is now available in many good book stores. www.laughingwithtom.co.uk
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2 Responses to Flippin’ pancakes

  1. At least you made some! We forgot, and now it’s Lent, I feel very guilty for even considering having them a day late ….

  2. 20angel13 says:

    I totally relate to the Pancake of Doom scenario. It happens every year. Nevertheless I think that first taste, however burnt, dismembered etc is the best one. (Dismembered? Well, pancakes do have funny limb bits, don’t they? At least, mine do.).

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