Serving Up Stories for Thanksgiving

Nothing is more delicious at the Thanksgiving table than stories…YOUR stories!

Rev. Shane L. Bishop

The most important thing you will serve this Thanksgiving is not the turkey you will place on your table…it is the stories you tell. Do a little digging and work on your family stories at least as hard as you do on the dressing and cranberry sauce   Tell your family stories to your children and children’s children.  The food will largely be gone in an hour…the stories will nourish for a lifetime.

-Rev. Shane L. Bishop is the Senior Pastor of Christ Church in Fairview Heights, Illinois.

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Published by Rev. Shane L. Bishop

Senior Pastor of Christ Church, Fairview Heights, IL since 1997. I am an orthodox Christian but I am not in a bad mood about it. A Distinguished Evangelist of the United Methodist Church.

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