I am grateful for our Family Ministries Pastor, Jason Gaston, at The Summit Church. As a parent, it is a blessing to have someone in his role who views their responsibility as equipping parents as much as investing in youth.

Recently he sent a resource to parents that I thought was very helpful. It provided 52 conversation starters for family dinner. Hope you enjoy.

“Family Dinner Discussions? Does that actually happen? I feel like around my table it’s more like pulling teeth to get my teenager to talk rather than instagram their meal, or refereeing the ongoing sibling rivalry between my 6 year old and my 4 year old, which somehow has managed to make it’s way into the arena of “who can eat their spaghetti the quickest.”

We get it. We’ve all been there. That’s why we want to put this easy, simple and hopefully helpful guide into your hands to help you get creative with your discussions around the table. Print off a copy, save it to your phone, or staple it to your teenagers forehead so they’ll actually pay attention (just kidding, don’t do that).

Enjoy this great resource!

Resource Here: 52-Dinner-Discussions