We have some great conversation going on right now based on the first chapter of the book. Thanks to everyone who has taken part so far.
Now it’s time to move on to the second chapter, titled “Miracle Bread.” In it Chris Seay discusses the time the Israelites spent wandering the desert and how God provided “manna” for them to eat. But they soon grew tired eating the same thing every day and began to complain.
Here are a couple of discussion questions based on chapter two of the book:
1) “Certainly, our relationship with food is a unique window into our soul.”
How would you describe your relationship with food? Are you a foodie who prefers the finer things? Are you over-indulgent and subject to your desires? Does your relationship to food affect other areas of your life?
2) Chris talks about the convenience of food in America. Not only is there an abundance of choice, but everything is delivered to us packaged and ready for consumption. Do these conveniences hurt your ability to appreciate God’s provision?