Setting a place for God
by Amy Scott Vaughn
The kids are chasing each other
around the kitchen, wielding plastic golf clubs, the phone is
ringing for the tenth time since 5:00 p.m., the chicken that
was defrosting for dinner is still frozen and my husband and
I have hardly had time to say "hello" after busy days
at work. The chances of us sitting down at the table for family
devotions followed by a delicious and leisurely dinner filled
with uplifting conversation are slim to none. Some days it feels
as if the closest we will come to "table spirituality"
is plopping the kids in front of a Veggietales® video while
we say a quick grace over take-out pizza. When just getting food
on the table requires a balancing act, adding faith to the mix
seems like a joke.
But maybe we should take a closer look.
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