1.) Bring something. ANYTHING (mostly).
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Sure, your church may have dedicated teams that host each potluck, but, "We have too much food!" has been said by NO ONE EVER in the vast history of potlucks. And while visitors and those suffering from economic hardship are exempt from this rule, regular visitors are not (you know who you are.) A little side note about economic hardship --- may we remind you of the Uncle Arthur story about the poor slum boy who still gave a 15p bag of crackers to the Harvest Festival just so that he could contribute something. AHEM. (Photo by Evan-Amos)
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Potlucks at SDA churches should be banned. No SDA church in their right mind is going to follow your slide show suggestions. It’s too practical. Too boring. Too organized. How about the parents who have to juggle 4 or 5 plates of food for the little kiddies while the kiddies cannot make up their mind on the choices of food? The guy who goes through both lines with the same variety on both sides? Did you notice that the desserts are always gone, empty dishes, no crumbs. What health message? Woe is me!!