A Place for MemoriesStuart Jones “They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts.” (Acts 2:46) Food sustains our life. There are many ways and places we can obtain and consume that food but the early Christians modeled the best way for us to do that—they ate together. Most of us can think back to some of the great meals we’ve shared with our families. The chicken was great, the potatoes were creamy and the pie was to die for. What we remember is much more than the food—the conversations, the life lessons and the history of days gone by. Those times together around the table molded our lives, our behaviors and our beliefs.