These enslaved Africans, our Christian forebears, remind and challenge us that we cannot break bread
together unless we work together for a world where hunger is a distant memory rather than a present haunting scandal.
Help at hand: John Steventon, food bank development worker, at the Break Bread
Certainly we suffer when our nearest and dearest are hurting--our families and friends with whom we break bread
It is an old Roman custom to break bread
over a bride's head to wish her good luck.
'It is more offensive to break bread
with the guy,' Mr.
in fact, with a paltry three per cent of votes he was the man Brits would least like to break bread
They could hope for a future when they could feel His touch, break bread
with Him and watch Him preach to the crowds.
The highest compliment I can thus pay Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman is that I'd love to break bread
with Yvon Chouinard.
Then Phil tells us the stories of his grand tour of every AK47'd revolutionary clan he convinced to break bread
The same spirituals learned in Sunday school--"Let Us Break Bread
Together," "Go Tell It on the Mountain," "He's Got the Whole World in His Hand," were born when slaves, newly converted to Christianity, took words from the Bible, and turned them into religious songs and church rituals that many black churches still use today.
Sit down to break bread
with someone else instead of shoveling your food alone.
This 60-member group meets monthly to "break bread
" and hold programs and discussions that promote interaction and collegiality among all legal professionals.
Whenever you "break bread
" with your customers--which is what you're doing when you're selling a contract--never eat and run.
I am honored and consider it a personal privilege to break bread
with the plank owners of Combat Control.
Eucharist was centre stage, flanked by such hymns as Let Us Break Bread