This practical devotional, hospitality book and cookbook equips the most intimidated hostess. Hosting doesn't require food that takes all day to prepare. It’s also not about being perfect; it’s about offering care to one another and building community. What is on your dining room table right now? Bills, laundry, maybe your kids' soccer cleats? In this fast-paced world, it's easy to start trading our dining tables for sofas and televisions, but what would happen if we started to see the table as the most important piece of furniture in our homes? Just picture it: No TV. No cell phones. Just your family enjoying one another over a nice meal. In The Living Table, Abby Turner shares easy-to-recreate recipes and fun, DIY projects that take 15 minutes or less. Each section starts with a first-hand account of the miraculous ways God has showed up at Abby's table-how deep conversations have led to deep spiritual growth, how a new friend has become a forever friend, and how tears and laughs and mishaps have become treasured memories. With each section focusing on specific tables (dinner table, coffee table, outside table, etc.), you'll discover fast and easy ways to liven up any moment, whether that be Tuesday night home with family or a well-thought-out Thanksgiving. God is asking each of us to open our homes and prepare our tables-this book gives you the ''easy button'' to do just that. Jesus replied, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be thirsty. –John 6:35 NLT About the Author: Abby is a somewhat-young professional who is single and loving life as a food blogger, speaker, and writer. Born into a large family, she grew up in Central Arkansas, where she learned the importance of community and Biblical hospitality at a young age. After completing undergraduate degrees at Ouachita Baptist University and obtaining her Master’s from Baylor - Abby lived in 6 states in 5 years, learning that community is essential to a healthy relationship with Christ. Over the last few years, Abby has spoken at colleges/universities, churches, companies and has been featured on regional TV shows and podcasts. Abby’s passion is to encourage women to stop wasting time waiting for the perfect family, house, or table and to start opening their homes, cooking for friends and building community. You can learn more about her and enjoy even more recipes by visiting her website at atabletopaffair.com.