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Come and Eat

Come and Eat A Celebration of Love and Grace Around the Everyday Table

By Bri McKoy
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.69 Stars

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On 6/11 Whitney Reece wrote: Come and Eat is about Christian hospitality, to invite others to dine at your table literally, coming together over delicious meals, as well enriching and encouraging each other with spiritual food. Inviting others to your table can strengthen your friendships, and your relationship with God. What I ... Book Review: Come and Eat: A Celebration of Love and Grace Around the Everyday Table by Bri McKoy-4 Stars

Whitney's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/28 Tima Murrell wrote: Come & EatA Celebration of Love and Grace Around the Everyday TableBri McKoyAs humans we crave relationships and meaningful interaction. But in our busy, stressed out lives we often miss opportunities to connect with those around us. The author draws from personal experiences to share how she enriched ... Come & Eat

Tima's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/2 Martha Artyomenko wrote: This is one of those non-fiction books that you pick up and feel like you were pulled up to the kitchen table with the author. Bri has a honest approach to life as she engages you in story, encouragement and a lovely way of giving practical ways to create your own hospitality and ministry to others. ... Come and Eat by Bri McKoy

Martha's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/3 buckwriter wrote: Come and Eat: a Celebration of Love and Grace around the Everyday Table by Bri Mc Koy published by Nelson Books wants to spread a powerful message of brotherhood, kindness and positive vibes passing through God's Word and one of the most christian genuine spirit: Hospitality. This "trip" of Mrs Mc Koy ... Hospitality: The Christian Way of Being Friendly with Everyone!

buckwriter's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/2 Tomi @ 3Boys_OldLady wrote: Author Bri McKoy shares in her book Come and Eat the power of the table. Her writings reminds me of the song, At the Table by Richard Smallwood. Smallwood writes whatever you are seeking is at the table where the feast of the Lord is going on. Think about it. There's peace at the table. There's ... The Heart of the Home and a Review of Come and Eat

Tomi @ 3Boys_OldLady's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/1 Elle Alice wrote: This is a book for anyone who loves the idea of using the everyday experience of sharing a meal to invite vulnerability, intentionality, brokenness, and conversation that points to the good news of Jesus. Bri shares personal stories of meals that shaped her life, from tiny shacks in third-world countries ... Come & Eat

Elle Alice's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/26 Pursuing Stacie wrote: Gathering my family to the table for dinner each night is not easy for me. We don’t all have the same schedule, and therefore do not always eat at the same time. And then, sometimes we are all doing our own thing; the kids are watching cartoons, the husband is working on his computer and I am at a ... Come and Eat

Pursuing Stacie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/20 Amanda Crowther wrote: Bri McKoy, of the blog Our Savory Life, celebrates the power of the everyday table and shows how, by regularly and intentionally gathering around it, we can follow in the footsteps of Jesus and usher in grace, love, and deep fellowship. Raised in the world of takeout and microwaveable meals, like ... Inspiring!

Amanda's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/16 The MomHood wrote: Who doesn't love food and the glorious gathering around the table? I know I sure do and this book provides great little tidbits along with wonderful recipes and just a dash of faith and inspiration. What great read and addition to the kitchen table and the hearts of my family. We will treasure all the ... Come and Eat

The MomHood's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/15 The Book Club Network (TBCN) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised at the richness found in the pages of this book. It’s not just an idea book of ways to get your family and friends around your table it’s so much more. I liked the authors' transparency as she admits she was not found in the kitchen growing up since she battled health issues. ... COME AND EAT REVIEWED YOU WON'T LOOK AT DINNER TIME THE SAME

The Book Club Network (TBCN)'s Rating:

5 Stars