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The table has a way of unmasking us. Revealing our imperfections and woundedness. This tendency challenges us in at least two ways.

First, how do we join a table that should be a place of unity, community, and joy in the midst of our brokenness?

Second, how do we respond with compassion when we encounter someone else’s brokenness?

These questions are unavoidable if we want to experience the joy of the table.

In brokenness, we gather, but in gathering, we are made whole.

I’m thrilled to gather at the table with my friend, Angie Smith. Author of Chasing God, her words and insights… are a feast! Angie is hilarious—and her laugh is contagious.

In one of my favorite parts of the interview, she shares two words you can speak when you feel overwhelmed by the brokenness of life.

I really believe they have the power to set you free.

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Taste and See by Margaret Feinberg

SHOW NOTES

Angie’s books: Chasing God and Seamless

RECIPES FROM THE SHOW

Burnt Brussels Sprouts

1.5 pounds of Brussels sprouts
2 Tbs olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste

Soak Brussel sprouts in water for 20 minutes. Drain. Then drizzle olive oil on brussels sprouts in a bowl. Place in a single layer on a cookie sheet. Sprinkle salt and pepper. Bake on 400 degrees for 40-60 minutes until dark on the outside. Serve and tell everyone Angie Smith gave you the recipe.