Consider any or all of the following:
Sara came to understand that "questions are the heart of faith" page 65 what questions are at the heart of your faith right now?
After spending more time reading the Bible Sara realizes that "If I wanted to see God, I could feed people." page 93 Where do you go to see God?
Sara begins helping serve communion and takes another step on her journey. "What happened once I started distributing communion was the truly disturbing, dreadful realization about Christianity: You can't be a Christian by yourself." page 96 Why do you think this realization was so disturbing and dreadful?
Sara's vision of starting a food pantry meets a lot of resistance. Reading through her time starting the pantry where do you find yourself? In Sara, the worn out lady on the committee? The staff afraid that poor people will come around when the pantry isn't open?
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