- Paperback: 272 pages
- Publisher: Tyndale Momentum (October 3, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1496414209
- ISBN-13: 978-1496414205
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 152 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,385 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Lifegiving Table: Nurturing Faith through Feasting, One Meal at a Time Paperback – October 3, 2017
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Make your table a delightful, lifegiving space where your family and friends long to be―where they will find rest, renewal, inspiration, and a loving welcome.
When Sally Clarkson sets a table in her home, it’s more than just a place and a time to eat and run. It’s an opportunity to gather as family and friends to connect and commune, to open children’s hearts to lively discussions that will feed their faith, and to enjoy the beauty and bounty of God’s creation.
In The Lifegiving Table, bestselling author Sally Clarkson shares her family stories of table talk and faith-shaped conversations, as well as her favorite recipes and practical ideas, all drawn from over thirty years of parenting and ministry. You’ll discover why the table is a place of belonging and anticipation where we break bread together to receive both food and faith for our lives, and where we open our hearts to savor the love of God. You’ll also find a feast of ways to grow in faith and draw closer to the people you love around the table you set in your home.
From the flap (HC edition):
Days before converging on our home for a family gathering this summer, both of our sons called me.
“Mama, I can hardly wait to get there.”
“What is your favorite expectation about coming home?” I asked each of them.
Both boys answered with almost the same words, even though they were now separated by two thousand miles! “It is the feasting every night around the table with delicious home-cooked food, being each other’s best friends, talking about every possible subject and sharing in each other’s lives . . . that is my favorite part. I need my people. I want a place to belong.”
It’s no accident that they feel this way. Creating a lifegiving table in their home was a priority for Sally and Clay Clarkson from the very beginning, and they put effort and intention into making it happen.
In The Lifegiving Table, join Sally as she shares the lessons she and her family cultivated carefully through years of sitting down together; cooking, baking, and preparing meals; and practicing the disciplines of teaching manners and fostering conversation.
You’ll discover the legacy of creating a lifegiving table in your own home, as you knit your hearts together to form tight bonds that will not easily be broken.
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Sally Clarkson has a way with making you feel that you are capable of having a Lifegiving Table. She knows that every home looks different than hers, but she is able to give practical hints on how to make the dinner table a place that breathes life into all who sit around it. She gives a glimpse of her own mealtimes, and then gives other ideas on how that might look around your own table.
The best part is that you know you can do it. It takes effort and thought, yes, but it is not out of reach. And any table, no matter how chipped or worn, or even not a table at all! can be one that gives life into those who gather around. Conversations start and hearts are formed for God in the every day moments around the dinner table. I have already noticed a difference in the way we commune at the table, and it has been nice (I've only been trying some ideas in the book for a few days now).
There are even some recipes that are simple, and yet delicious. I've tried out a few already.
Sally shows us, through a beautiful balance of anecdotes, practical advice, theological application, and (of course) recipes, how to incorporate lifegiving elements into our daily rhythms around the table. I can't wait to dig deeper and begin to apply her wonderful suggestions. As a mom of three little boys, I know that the table is definitely a place where I have their attention; three times a day (plus snacks), I can pour truth into their little hearts and have them listen--because they're chewing and can't drown me out! ;)
After all, Jesus was the bread of life, the living water; he feasted with his disciples, and with sinners just like us. He calls us to His table, and fills us up with his Truth.
I received the first four chapters as part of the book launch team.