4 stars - great book for your family timeThis title caught my eye. I was intrigued with the idea of Mealtime Devotions. Looking for more verbal interaction in our modern day has put this book at the top of my list. We all know how important eating together is – in fact I think a lot of us do eat together, it’s just the quality of conversation I usually wonder about.
This great little book has a lot of clever and fun ways to open up easy conversations that get the family talking. My teenagers roll their eyes yet they don’t leave and my younger kids eat it up. I really like the books structure. Each page has a clever topic, no long paragraphs just bulleted information and simple questions. Each topic comes from a scripture or scripture story.This concise book easily fits in a purse or even in your glove box. I leave it sitting on my chair at the table, always there and ready. Who could ask for a better way to increase the quality of conversation with your family?
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