Mealtime fellowship has been a Christian tradition from the beginning of the Jesus movement. Eating and drinking together was not only a way to love our neighbors as ourselves, but also to pray and discuss the things of God. Martin and Katie Luther were so renowned for hosting meals for visiting scholars and followers that his musings over food and beverage were collected in a body of work called Table Talk. Today Lutherans keep the tradition alive at church and home.

Download a study guide for the article “Recipes from the heart,” which appeared in Living Lutheran‘s September print edition. The guide by Robert C. Blezard includes four pages of discussion questions and a copy of the article.


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