It all begins at the table. A long table dressed in an oversized tablecloth and covered with various pyrex dishes, fiesta bowls, covered casseroles, dutch ovens, and cake plates. The tradition is familiar, the recipes are old and new, the people are known and unknown. But by the end of the evening, everyone is full, all having given something, taken something, and found something.
This compelling and transparent collection of meditations is based on the Potluck dinner heritage. Kim Thomas explores the beauty and diversity of food at the community table as a metaphor for the community of faith. The table offers a place of discovery and delivery, becoming and belonging.
Potluck: Parables of Giving, Taking, and Belonging is an insightful assembly of thoughts, a narrative moving readers to find that they have a place at the table–a place to give, to take, and to belong.
From the Hardcover edition.
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About Kim Thomas
Kim Thomas is a painter and the author of five books, including Living in the Sacred Now and Simplicity. She and her husband Jim, the pastor of The Village Chapel, live in Nashville, Tennessee.From the Hardcover edition.
Published by WaterBrook Jun 23, 2010| 192 Pages| ISBN 9780307499776