Food Network’s The Pioneer Woman Posts Connection to Church

Posted on June 8, 2021

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Food Network’s The Pioneer Woman Posts Connection to Church

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“As I walked into the sanctuary this morning, I could feel the inevitable lump start to form in my throat,” the Pioneer Woman wrote on Instagram.

By Madison Roberts

June 07, 2021 04:32 PM

Ree Drummond has opened up about her Christian faith in a new social media post.

On Sunday, while traveling in Colorado, the Food Network star shared a picture of the Vail Interfaith Chapel with a heartfelt caption about her connection to the church. Drummond explained she hadn’t visited that particular church since December 2019, and had decided to go to their early morning Episcopal service.