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The Value of Family Dinner

Randy and Hillary Little | September 20, 2021

A couple generations ago, it was a cultural norm for families to eat dinner together at the table most nights. In more recent generations, busy schedules and screens have pushed family dinners off the priority list of many American families. Stanford Children's Health put out a article explaining the importance of the family meal in several areas: communication, modeling, building confidence, resolving conflict, and physical health. This week, Randy and Hillary discuss this article and the implications eating together has on strengthening families!

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