With parties and special treats coming at you nonstop in the five-week span from Thanksgiving to New Years, it’s no wonder we stray from our healthy eating habits. You don’t have to abstain from your favorite goodies, but you have to be smart about eating. Here are nine tips on how. From Real Simple. (Photo: […]
:Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table” is a seven-session curriculum for congregations that call us to integrate the commitments and practices of our faith into the way we eat. The study uses scripture, prayer and stories from the local and global community to explore five key aspects of our relationship with food. (Photo by JBloom, used by Creative Commons license.)
Lectionary Reflection for the 12th Sunday after Pentecost, Year B, August 19, 2012
If it’s true that we are what we eat, we who claim to be Christ’s disciples better whet our appetites and feast on Jesus. Why? So that the divine presence and promise infuses our very pores like garlic, and so that we can share this everlasting meal with others.