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Number of Pages: 150
Vendor: Herald Press
|Publication Date: 2010|
One Year of Dinner Table Devotions & Discussion Starters: 365 Opportunities to Grow Closer to God as a FamilyNancy GuthrieTyndale House / 2008 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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Simply in Season Children's Cookbook: Food, Fun, and Relationships that Celebrate the Seasons and the LandMark Beach, Julie KauffmanHerald Press / Spiral Bound$22.49 Retail:
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"This book attempts to be an honest appraisal of family meal customs of the past while sending a clear invitation to reexamine our lifestyles of thrashing about madly in relentless activity. It is a road map or at least ideas for how to manage regular family mealtimes, along with simple quick recipes and more complicated dishes. It is an examination of the role food and mealtime play in the family and a reminder of how God gave us the good gift of food."
Melodie M. Davis
Melodie M. Davis is author of ten books on family-related issues and has written the Another Way syndicated newspaper column since 1987. She graduated from Eastern Mennonite University with a BA and has worked since 1975 for Third Way Media, the media agency of the Mennonite Church. She and her husband, Stuart, have raised three daughters. They are members of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Harrisonburg, Va.
Benefits of Eating Together▼▲
The publication of Whatever Happened to Dinner? by Melodie Davis is a good time to reflect on the many good reasons why families should eat togetherchildren are less likely to use drugs, do better in school, develop good reading and language skills, avoid eating disorders, be healthier and have better relationships with their parents. Not to mention eating better!
Below find information about the benefits of eating regular meals together.
- Less likely to use drugs
- Better relationship with parents
- Better Grades for Teens
- Better Language Skills
- Fewer Eating Disorders
- Better Overall Health & Eating Habits