Tables are places to eat, connect, laugh, cry, pray, and be human.  Most of all, tables are a place to belong and feel included. “Table fellowship” doesn’t  often make the list of the classical spiritual disciplines. But in the midst of a world that  increasingly seems to have lost its way with regard to matters of both food and the soul,  Christian spirituality has something important to say about the way that sharing a meal  together nourishes us both physically and spiritually. We need a recovery of the spiritual  significance of what we eat, where we eat, and with whom we eat. (Note: While the  message this weekend was geared to families, there is a message for all of us here in  regard to fellowship, relationships, and community. Expect God to meet you where you  are at!


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