What do the words: France. Food. Family. Fellowship all have in common?
Today’s podcast guest shares a great story of how a potential failure led to her current ministry. Throughout the episode we weave those four words together, presenting a few ideas for facilitating hospitality and building community.After seeing Kristin’s Turquoise Table one day on Instagram I saw this sign in front of my neighbor’s house.
Right across from our house.
On this episode I share more amazing details about my story with the Turquoise Table and getting to know our neighbor Jeff (and his dog Bella). How he sold us a table, carted it across the street and even loaned us his paint gun. And shared a little of what’s been going on in his life.
Thankful for Kristin and all she is doing to bring people around the table.
What we chat about:
- Dallas life in 1980s
- How Kristin’s almost flunking French directed her current ministry
- The family-centric European dining culture
- How to create a slower pace and gather more around the table in the States
- The joy of meeting with your family for Sunday Supper (lots of menus & tips in link below).
- Temptation to confuse entertainment with hospitality
- How to use your gift of hospitality when your husband is an introvert & you have 4 young children
- Birth of the Turquoise Table
- Frontyard Fridays
- Heather’s own “Turquoise Table” story
- How a table in the front yard gives those around you a window to the Cross
Connect with Kristin:
- 52 Summer Suppers — with Susie Davis & Kristin Schell
- The Turquoise Table–sign up for newsletter to stay up to date
Do you have a favorite memory of gathering around the table with family?
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*If you missed past episodes, you can listen via iTunes or click on this page of the GodCenteredMom site to find a listing of all the episodes.