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The Feast of Enemies contains twelve reflections or meditations intended for the time prior to the celebration of Holy Communion within the worship service. Such presentations cannot properly be called sermons because of their length and because of their specific aim: that of helping to prepare members of the congregation for participation in the sacred encounter at the Lord's table. Each of these meditations is based on a scripture text. Among the themes found here are the following: Hunger of the Heart; By Invitation Only; Here's to the Kingdom; Bread for the World; Of Flags and Nations... and a Table; We in Christ, Christ in Us; A Table Set for the World; and others. Each is a sensitive and inspirational means of focusing the congregation's thoughts on the bread and cup they are about to share.
Kenneth L. Gibble, an ordained clergyman in the Church of the Brethren, received his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Bethany Theological Seminary, Oak Brook, Illinois. For fourteen years he served as pastor of Ridgeway Community Church of the Brethren in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The author of four books in addition to the present volume, he has contributed articles to over fifty religious periodicals across a wide denominational spectrum. He and his wife Ann and daughter Katie continue to live in Harrisburg, where he is presently a freelance writer and a consultant for parish ministries.
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