Table Talk: Family Devotions

Table Talk: Family Devotions

Table Talk is a series of short devotions that can be used by families, households, small groups, church staffs, or youth. Originally developed by Tony Cook and Jason Broge, each devotion follows a simple format of prayer, Scripture reading, reflection, and conversation. Each of the 60 devotions is free and downloadable as a one-page PDF.

The full series is available in Concordia Seminary’s Scholar archive:

https://scholar.csl.edu/tabletalk/

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  1. Charles S Baldwin April 2, 2020
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    Hard to comment on something I have yet to see, but I look forward to it

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