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Are you looking for a good meal?  Try a small country church in the South on homecoming Sunday.  Fried chicken, potato salad, baked beans, fried okra, pecan pie, etc.  That's some good eatin'!  Well, going to church and then eating together didn't start in America.  Remember, after Pentecost, the early Church is "attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes" (Acts 2:46-47, ESV).  This same concept of worshiping together and then sharing a meal continues today at Churchfreo in Freemantle, Australia.

Click here for more information about the Linkstons and to read an article about Churchfreo

(Photo of the Linkston family)