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{ PDF } Ebook Tasting Grace: Discovering the Power of Food to Connect Us to God,

One Another, and Ourselves [K.I.N.D.L.E]


{ PDF } Ebook Tasting Grace: Discovering the Power of Food to Connect Us to God, One Another,

and Ourselves [K.I.N.D.L.E]

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Grace: Discovering

the Power of Food to

Connect Us to God,

One Another, and

Ourselves [K.I.N.D.L.E]

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“I have loved Melissa for years, and Tasting Grace reminds me why. She combined

virtually all my favorite things—food, family, fabulous stories, God—and made me want to race

into my kitchen and accept her beautiful invitations to nourish my mind and soul and family by

cooking. What a lovely reminder that the way we feed one another isnâ€t just convenient or

quick-and-easy or designed to impress…it is holy.―—Jen Hatmaker, New York TimesÂ

best-selling author of For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie and host of theFor the

Love Podcast “If you thought eating food was little more than ingesting some calories as

cheaply and conveniently as possible, think again. In Tasting Grace, dâ€Arabian invites us to

take a personal journey into the deep meaning of eating and to discover the power of food to

illuminate and heal life. This book will help you taste food and savor life in ways you may not have

thought possible.―—Norman Wirzba, author of Food and Faith “In Tasting Grace,Â

Melissa traces the movements of God in her life through food. Itâ€s a gift to be offered a peek

‘behind the scenesâ€â€”to witness Godâ€s presence in both the tender moments and the

glamorous ones. This book leaves me longing for the day Melissa and I can sit together at a table

and feast in Godâ€s presence—sharing both the laughter and tears that come with knowing

God through the food we eat.―—Kendall Vanderslice, author of We Will Feast: Rethinking

Dinner, Worship, and the Community of God “Ever since I won The Next Food Network

Star, Melissa has been my source of big-sister wisdom on everything from career roller coasters

to motherhood surprises to Bible study. She was Godâ€s sweetest gift to me—a sister to pray

with before we walked onstage, buoying each other up in the choppy waves of television cameras,

lights, and lots and lots of concealer! And so believe me when I say that the Melissa I know is the

exact same Melissa youâ€ll find in this book. There is an intimacy, a vulnerability, and an ability

to find dignity and holiness in the seemingly mundane act of cooking your family another dinner

that I have grown to love and depend on over the past decade. Just a few chapters in, Melissa had

already unraveled my own latent, long-held belief that my relationship with food is some kind of

wild stallion to be tamed rather than an invitation from God to understand how he loves his

children. By the end of the book, I found myself looking at food with new eyes—as sustenance

not just for my body but also for my soul.―—Aarti Sequeira, chef, television personality,

journalist, and author “What we do with food is at the heart of who we are, and no one

writing today understands this better than Melissa dâ€Arabian. In a voice unparalleled in its

warmth, humor, and wisdom, she shares personal stories and insights that inspire the reader not


only to create delicious food and the meaningful connections that shared meals generate but also

to be

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