Eat, Pray, Love

Too busy to eat right? This pastor's family found a way, despite hectic schedules at work, school and church

Nick Vedros for TIME

The Gilliams

The Gilliams didn't particularly enjoy eating out every night; they just felt they had no other choice. Both Greg Gilliam, a pastor in Independence, Mo., and his wife Chris, a clerical assistant, work full time. Chris' daughter Samantha, 18, and the couple's daughter Abigail, 6, are busy all day with school and extracurricular activities, not to mention the church functions that the family attends three times a week. Their collective schedule left little time for food-shopping, let alone preparing meals at home. "By the time we came home, it would be late, and we knew that eating late wasn't healthy," says...

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