(This is the third in a series of four posts. See the original post here.)
3. Third, the friends: On Thanksgiving Day families typically spend time together sharing a feast. But when family time is over, there a ton of leftovers.
What if you had a “Leftover Feast” with the friends that you would consider your Christian community? Allowing your kids to see people besides your family that honor God and offer thanks to Him during this holiday will only reinforce the spiritual significance of it. Besides, you’ll get to eat more Turkey.
This was originally posted as a blog post I wrote for parentministry.net and can be found here: http://parentministry.net/2014/11/4-creative-faith-based-conversations-for-thanksgiving/