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Come To The Table

Author : Benita Long
ISBN : 9781418586447
Genre : Fiction
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Celebrate God's Bounty Every man should eat and drink and enjoy the good of all his labor?it is the gift of God. Ecclesiastes 3:12 God intends for us to enjoy his blessings in abundance. Come to the Table is a threefold feast: For the body, we have hearty and delectable recipes. For the mind, there are thought-provoking quotations from great poets and thinkers. And for the spirit, stunning photographs and inspirational Scriptures transport you to another realm.

Come To The Table

Author : John Mark Hicks
ISBN : 0971428972
Genre : Religion
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A biblically rich and engaging invitation to a deeper understanding of and the participation in the Lord's Supper.

Gather At The Table

Author : Thomas Norman DeWolf
ISBN : 9780807014424
Genre : Social Science
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Two people—a black woman and a white man—confront the legacy of slavery and racism head-on “We embarked on this journey because we believe America must overcome the racial barriers that divide us, the barriers that drive us to strike out at one another out of ignorance and fear. To do nothing is unacceptable.” Sharon Leslie Morgan, a black woman from Chicago’s South Side avoids white people; they scare her. Despite her trepidation, Morgan, a descendent of slaves on both sides of her family, began a journey toward racial reconciliation with Thomas Norman DeWolf, a white man from rural Oregon who descends from the largest slave-trading dynasty in US history. Over a three-year period, the pair traveled thousands of miles, both overseas and through twenty-seven states, visiting ancestral towns, courthouses, cemeteries, plantations, antebellum mansions, and historic sites. They spent time with one another’s families and friends and engaged in deep conversations about how the lingering trauma of slavery shaped their lives. Gather at the Table is the chronicle of DeWolf and Morgan’s journey. Arduous and at times uncomfortable, it lays bare the unhealed wounds of slavery. As DeWolf and Morgan demonstrate, before we can overcome racism we must first acknowledge and understand the damage inherited from the past—which invariably involves confronting painful truths. The result is a revelatory testament to the possibilities that open up when people commit to truth, justice, and reconciliation. DeWolf and Morgan offer readers an inspiring vision and a powerful model for healing individuals and communities.

The Hairstons

Author : Henry Wiencek
ISBN : 0312253931
Genre : History
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A quintessential American story of slavery's lasting power traces the black and white sides of a slaveholding family's history, showing the inspiring rise of the family's black descendents and the fall of the formerly wealthy whites. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

Coming To The Table

Author : Jack P. Etheridge
ISBN : 1879590727
Genre : Dispute resolution (Law)
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Around The Southern Table

Author : Rebecca Lang
ISBN : 0848736532
Genre : Cooking
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Join ninth-generation Southerner Rebecca Lang as she serves up 150 fresh, from-scratch recipes and shares the beloved tables, serving pieces, and hospitality that make Southern meals such a pleasure. Personal essays put you at the table with notable Southerners-including HGTV Design Star judge Vern Yip, novelist Cassandra King, and Zac Brown, frontman of the two-time Grammy Award-winning Zac Brown Band.

Come And Eat

Author : Bri McKoy
ISBN : 9780718090623
Genre : Religion
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Come with your brokenness, your celebration, and your worries, but most of all come and eat. In today’s busy and often superficial world, we all crave something deeper and truer. Maybe it’s relationships that go beyond the surface or gatherings that allow for joy and pain. Bri McKoy tells us this is within reach! All we need is a table, open hearts, and a simple invitation: come and eat. McKoy invites us to discover how a common dining-room table can be transformed into a place where brokenness falls away to reveal peace and fellowship. Whether the table is laid with bounty or with meager offerings, whether it is surrounded by the Body of Christ or homeless, broken souls, she shows us that healing begins when we say, “Come in. I may not know you, but I know your maker. And so I offer you my heart.” For all those who are hungry and craving more of God’s kingdom in their homes, Come and Eat offers recipes, tips, and questions to jumpstart conversation, while reminding us that fellowship in God’s love is always the most remembered, most cherished nourishment. Because when we make room for others, we make room for God, and our homes become a vibrant source of life, just as he means them to be.

The Little Book Of Racial Healing

Author : Dewolfe, Thomas Norman
ISBN : 1680993623
Genre : Law
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People of color, relative to white people, fall on the negative side of virtually all measurable social indicators. The “living wound” is seen in the significant disparities in average household wealth, unemployment and poverty rates, infant mortality rates, access to healthcare and life expectancy, education, housing, and treatment within, and by, the criminal justice system. Coming to the Table (CTTT) was born in 2006 when two dozen descendants from both sides of the system of enslavement gathered together at Eastern Mennonite University (EMU), in collaboration with the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding (CJP). Stories were shared and friendships began. The participants began to envision a more connected and truthful world that would address the unresolved and persistent effects of the historic institution of slavery. This Little Book shares Coming to the Table’s vision for the United States—a vision of a just and truthful society that acknowledges and seeks to heal from the racial wounds of the past. Readers will learn practical skills for better listening; discover tips for building authentic, accountable relationships; and will find specific and varied ideas for taking action.

Table Mentoring

Author : Sue Moore Donaldson
ISBN : 1548186295
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Table Mentoring: A Simple Guide to Coming Alongside will help you get started sharing with another believer what He is continuing to teach you. We all know someone older or younger than ourselves, and God wants us mentoring and being mentored at any age. We teach another what we've learned at the feet of Jesus so that they grow up in Jesus. That's the goal. Not only for fun-though it often is; not only to make a new friend-which usually happens. Mentoring, at a table or not, needs to be part of every believer's life. We know God so that we can help another to know God. We come alongside and show the way. And what a gift that is-to the mentor and to the mentee. Blessed to be a blessing. Table Mentoring provides steps to help the beginner and encouragement to bless the seasoned mentor, including a link to 10 downloadable worksheets to help you get started. You will gain confidence and motivation to mentor and become mentored. We aren't to journey this Christian life on our own, and Table Mentoring will help any believer come alongside to receive and give more of what God has to offer.

Come To The Family Table

Author : Ted Cunningham
ISBN : 9781631463686
Genre : Religion
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In our busy world, family time around the dinner table is easily displaced by other things. Ted and Amy Cunningham call parents to a slower way of living that allows them to intentionally build into their family’s relational and spiritual fabric and into the community around them. No more rushing to the table for a quick bite so we can get back to our other activities. Prioritizing mealtime slows us down long enough to enjoy our food, each other, and Jesus. Inspired by the slow food movement, Come to the Family Table seeks to encourage families with intentional strategies to engage one another and create the table as a space for practical ministry to their community.

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