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Making Room for Gratitude – Family Meal

by Jeremy Scott

Find a time today to eat with someone you love. Maybe your family, maybe a friend, maybe even do it over video chat. No matter how, take some time to eat with somebody you care about that cares about you. Do it without your phones out or the TV on. Take time to talk, listen, […]

Making Room for Prayer: Dinner and Mealtimes

by Jayna McCauley

Dinner and Mealtime prayers are essential conversations with God. Sitting down to eat provides time to reflect on the day, thank God, and bring our concerns before Him. Paul tells us to: “Celebrate always, pray constantly, and give thanks to God no matter what circumstances you find yourself in.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18) Mealtime prayer with […]

Making Room for Scripture Matthew 14:13-21

by Jayna McCauley

You are invited to read the following scripture two times. After the first time reflect on what is actually happening in the story. Why are the people doing what they are doing. After the second time reflect on what the story might mean for you, today. Does it have any meaning for you personally. Finally […]

The Joy of Cooking

by Jeremy Scott

Find some joy in the abundance around us. Cook something you love and, if you can, do it with someone you love!

Service Through Food

by Jeremy Scott

Think of someone close to you that could use some encouragement. Bring them an editable gift and remind them they are loved.

Gratitude Practice, Difficult People

by Jeremy Scott

We all have people in our lives who we find it easy to love and those who are more difficult to. Yet, even those who may be more difficult to love are still God’s children. They may not intend it, but those who annoy or bug us can also be blessings to us by showing […]

Scripture John 2:1-12

by Jeremy Scott

You are invited to read the following scripture two times. After the first time reflect on what is actually happening in the story. Why are the people doing what they are doing. After the second time reflect on what the story might mean for you, today. Does it have any meaning for you personally. Finally […]