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Editor's note: I really liked this series. It's very well-written, and the recipe enhancements are an excellent addition.

Food and Jesus are both critical to humans ... especially teenagers. Relay the love of Jesus to your students by utilizing this (interactively delicious) three-week series that links Jesus and food together!

This resource spends three weeks examining several encounters Jesus had with people over a meal.

Week 1 looks at the beach breakfast Jesus hosted after the resurrection (John 21:1-14)
Week 2 looks at Jesus choosing to eat with sinners and tax collectors (Matthew 9:9-13).
Week 3 looks at Jesus' meal at the home of Simon the leper. This lesson incorporates the small group questions into the message as we discuss the various guests at this particular meal (Matthew 26:6; John 12:1-2; John 11:38-44)

Each lesson includes an optional food recipe enhancement and small group questions.

This Resource Includes:
• Three message manuscripts
• Optional recipe enhancements
• Small Group Questions

Eating with Jesus

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A three-week series on three important times Jesus met with people over a meal.
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Allison Williams

Allison has been in full-time ministry for 14 years. She loves the pastoral care aspect of ministry and seeks out ways to shepherd and encourage students and youth workers. Her current ministry is crib-to-college. In her free time, Allison loves reading, taking barre classes, and cooking. Connect with her on twitter: @allisoneliza

Jordan Floro

Jordan Floro is married to Melissa and together, they have two awesome kids! He has served at Hibernia Baptist Church since 2018. He grew up in Ohio, played college football in South Carolina, and now lives in Florida.

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There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

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