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Book Review- "Devotions from the Kitchen Table"

Book Description

Taste and see God’s goodness from the heart of your home—the kitchen table.
A simple meal shared around a table. A fresh cup of coffee and God’s Word in the quiet hours of the morning. The joy of laughing with friends and family.
Devotions from the Kitchen Table invites you to slow down and appreciate the gifts that are right in front of you. These ninety devotions will inspire you to sit in God’s presence, nourish your soul, and cherish the people who grace your kitchen table.
Take a seat at the table and reflect on the extraordinary blessings that are wrapped up in the most ordinary moments at home.


My Review:
I will be the first to admit that I am still a student in the kitchen.  I have improved since I first got married but I still have a ways to go.  This book is a 90 day devotional centered around all things kitchen related.  It is really neat to see the author relate different experiences to God all centered around HIM and the table or kitchen.  
One thing as a pastor's wife our family tries to open our house up as often as we can to host a family over for a meal.  We find it the best way to build relationships but we also have fun with it and our kids enjoy it when other kids come! I find the kitchen and eating a  meal with someone is one way to open the doors of communication.  
This book offers fantastic pictures of everything kitchen related and will help the reader commune with God.  As you read these devos it will help you recall different memories you have and draw you closer to God.  
I still have a few more days to read but overall I am enjoying the book and would recommend it.  I will probably pass it along as a gift to a friend soon too!  
Thanks BookLook program for sending me this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own.  

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