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RUTH'S LEGACY AT THE TABLE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
In the genealogy of Jesus that begins his gospel, Matthew, in
A MEAL FOR THE ROAD -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Eating with others -- often a very casual exercise in our
PEOPLE CHANGE WITH JESUS AT THE TABLE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Playwrights have had fun this last half-century with plots
SINGING PSALMS OF THANKSGIVING -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
From sorrow to thanksgiving: that is the emotional transition
WHAT WE BRING AND WHAT WE RECEIVE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Perhaps those to be confirmed today remember Dickens' A
A NEW MEAL FOR A NEW COVENANT -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Those observing their first communion should know that the
ROOM AT THE TABLE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
One of the treasured pictures we have of Jesus in the gospels
CRUMBS FROM THE TABLE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Though we are not told that there were women present at the
FOOLISH CHRISTIANS -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Let me tell you about the late Japanese evangelist Toyohiko
THE GOSPEL IN THE SUPPER -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
John Calvin said that the true church is where the gospel is
JUDAS AT THE TABLE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Where did it begin -- Judas' disillusionment with Jesus? The
TANGIBLE SIGNS: BREAD AND WINE -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Step back with me to the Upper Room the night of the Last
PATHOS AND CELEBRATION IN THE SUPPER -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
Artists will tell you that the process of sculpting, painting
PRAYER AT THE SUPPER -- Charles E. Link -- 1994
When the resurrected Christ sat at table with the two
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