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Living Life Abundantly: Setting a Table Where Families Flourish
Thursday, March 2nd-12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Watch the first of our quarterly community calls around the theme of abundance. Each meeting in the series, titled “Setting a Table where Families Flourish” will include a Biblical text study and introduce an update and practical ways to support pro-family policies.
Our guest Kendall Vanderslice discussed how we can set tables and build communities that pull together individuals and families in many different walks of life to meet one another’s needs.
You will also hear about the implementation of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) and PUMP Act.
Kendall Vanderslice is a baker, writer, and the founder of the Edible Theology Project. She is a graduate of Wheaton College (BA Anthropology), Boston University (MLA Gastronomy), and Duke Divinity School (Master of Theological Studies). She is the author of two books, We Will Feast and By Bread Alone. Find her on Instagram at @knvslice and sign up for her newsletter at www.EdibleTheology.com.
Worship at the Table Curriculum – An Edible Theology Project curriculum designed to help churches, small groups, and groups of friends consider how to host more intentional meals in their own communities as well
CPJ Statement on the Passage of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA)