Scraps from the Father's Banquet Table

Spiritual Food for Thought

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Scraps from the Father's Banquet Table




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: REL012120 RELIGION / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth




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Language: English
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About this Book

Scraps from the Father’s Banquet Table is a collection of 35 reflections that the author, Susan Jaquith, has been writing since 1977. These Holy Spirit–inspired teachings are meant to deepen your existing prayer life and provide tangible ways to help you connect with God the Father who loves you, and Jesus our Savior who died to set you free.

You will be fed from the Word of God and guided into a life-giving and life-changing personal relationship with Him, which is what truly satisfies the hunger of the human soul. Each of the reflections ends with a prayer to help personalize the message.

The book is divided into 4 parts:
• Part 1 Choices We Make (10 chapters)
• Part 2 God Working Through Humanity (10 chapters)
• Part 3 The “Dis-ease” of Sin (8 chapters)
• Part 4 Some “Good God” Questions (7 chapters)

This book is excellent for personal devotion and study, but also for prayer groups, retreats, and workshops. Its wisdom and guidance will strengthen your faith, whether you have just begun or have been on your faith walk for years.

Welcome to the Father’s Banquet Table. You will not leave hungry!



About Author Susan Ceraldi Jaquith

Susan Ceraldi Jaquith has served in lay ministry since 1977, seeking to combine her faith journey with practical insights on how to live out our spirituality in the real world. She has served as a prayer group leader, facilitator of retreat days and workshops, and provided spiritual direction and pastoral counseling to those seeking to grow in their personal relationship with God. She worked as a part time counselor at Associated Counseling Professionals (ACP) in Hartford, CT from 1985 – 1995. She also served on the leadership team of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal for the Archdiocese of Hartford for over 20 years.

Concurrently, Sue enjoyed a successful 35 year engineering career as an engineer and manager, and retired from Westinghouse Electric Co. (formerly ABB and Combustion Engineering) in 2013. Sue is happily married to her husband Bob since 1992 and resides in Charlestown, RI.