Thanksgiving Conversation Cards


November 22, 2017

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I am so grateful for Thanksgiving this year. The world and the Church feel extra heavy lately and I think we are all just a little weary and in dire need of casserole, some football, our people–and a pause in the chaos to be grateful for what is right in front of us.

This week is a chance to host a “friendsgiving” or catch up with family–maybe family you haven’t seen since last year. And I want to give you a challenge this year as you head to bake the turkey and gather around the table with some of your closest or distant relatives and friends.

Here’s what’s easy for us: We walk into the kitchen, hug our cousin, who we’ve only kept up with through Instagram, and she asks, “How have you been?”

We answer with: “Good! Busy, but things are going well! You?”

Then we move along to discuss the macaroni and cheese. Or politics. Or our favorite Netflix series.

So, let’s not take for granted the time we have with our people. I’ve created a set of conversation cards to help you go deeper this year. Now you get to be the one in your family to be a little bold and a little brave and take the conversation away from the food (and politics) and start a conversation that matters.

Enter your email below and I’ll send the conversation card PDF straight to your inbox!

What are your Thanksgiving plans this year? Share in the comments. We’re going to be yelling our heads off at Conner’s playoff football game this weekend and spending Thanksgiving in our new city. I am so grateful for these new places God has brought us in 2017!

Allen Family

Praying for you as you spend time with friends and family this week. I am so grateful for this little online village we have here!

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37 Responses to “Thanksgiving Conversation Cards”

  1. Cindy Beemer

    We have our big family get-together at Thanksgiving this year instead of Christmas. My husband’s folks and all the progeny of their four kids and spouses: 12 grandkids and 8 spouses, 15 great-grandkids and 1 spouse. That is 46, if we would all be there. This year there will be around 35-37! There are MANY conversations going on at once!❣️

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  2. Donna Scarcella

    These are wonderful! Thank you very much!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours!

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    • Hi Christi! All you have to do is put your email in the form above and the PDF document will come straight to your email inbox.

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  3. Beth Pippin

    Please send thanksgiving conversation cards.

    Happy thanksgiving IF. I am grateful for you.

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    • Happy Thanksgiving Beth! You will have to submit your email in the form above then you’ll get an email prompting you to download the PDF.

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    • You will have to submit your email in the form above then you’ll get an email prompting you to download the PDF!

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    • When you click the “Download Conversation Cards Here” button, it will automatically save the PDF to your computer.

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      • Miriam Tharnish

        The download button is not in the email to subs ribers. So I had to subscribe again to get the link to cards. That seems inefficient. Thanks!

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    • Hi Sally-which link? You will need to submit your email in the form to get the cards!

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  4. Rachel Hill

    I’ve been thinking along the same lines as your blog post & brainstorming conversation questions…thanks so much for sharing! 🙂

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    • On a plane flying to Craig, Alaska to be with family who have lived there for 25 yrs. Mailed the Advent materials from IF ahead of me.

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