In ages long past, when people took Communion, there was a strong sense of the sacred, an echo of Jacob's words, "Surely the Lord is in this place."
Food for the Journey focuses on the rich meanings woven into the ancient tapestry of the Lord's Supper. Meanings Christians in the first century knew so well but about which we today know so little.
This meal is our touchstone, our reminder of God's gracious love and forgiveness. More than wine and bread, it's an oasis, a sacred time spent with Jesus at the Table, experiencing him anew and absorbing him into our beings.
No matter where you are on your walk with God, these meditations will
Written conversationally, Food for the Journey enriches its meditations with insights gleaned from the author's experiences in cultures around the world.