There is a lot in common between food and faith. Both are essential for healthy living, with food giving the body the nutrients it needs and faith connecting our souls with the ultimate source of love, joy and goodness. It’s no coincidence that most churches focus on providing food for both hungry bodies and hungry souls. And both food and faith gladden our hearts and connect us to one another as community. How is food and faith connected in your family and congregation?

Download a study guide for “Taste and see: Readers share recipes and faith stories,” which appeared in the November 2020 issue of Living Lutheran. The free download includes five pages of study questions and a copy of the article.

Robert C. Blezard
Robert C. Blezard is pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Aberdeen, Md., and editor of Living Lutheran's study guides. Previously he served as an assistant to the bishop of the Lower Susquehanna Synod.

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