Be tender with yourself. Pause for a breath, a holy reprieve from all that consumes you or all that you are consuming. Ready your heart to connect with your kids, relatives, and others. We can do this as we face the Thanksgiving table in a way that many worshippers prepare to approach the Lord’s Table.
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