Table Talk is how Feed the Need Missions feeds hungry souls. Our interactive discipleship time takes place at our site locations every week, where we provide free meals for anyone who joins us.

Table Talk includes a practical, Gospel-centered devotion with discussion questions. Enjoy Table Talk for personal Bible study, share it with friends, or use it for a special Bible study time with your family. Even better, visit one of our sites for a free burger and join the conversation in person. We’d love to meet you!

A Note From Jonah Beyer, President at Feed the Need Missions

Welcome! If you are visiting this website from one of our sites today, I want to personally thank you for being our honored guest! It is our joy to serve our community. We do it to share the love of Jesus with you.

While I may not get to meet you personally this week, I hope you will connect with our volunteer team, share you story, and allow us to pray for you. Also, let me encourage you to keep coming back. We provide hot meals and spiritual encouragement every single week. You are welcome any time!



In this video, our Feed the Need Missions team shares an amazingly simple way to share the Gospel called “The Three Circles” method. We include this tutorial frequently in our Table Talk time because we believe it is important to continually practice sharing the love of Christ and equipping others to do so with confidence! For this exercise, Table Talk participants need something to write on and something to write with.


Give everyone a piece of paper and pen. Watch the video a second time, and as it is played, have everyone follow along and complete the same drawing on their papers.

When the video is finished, each person’s drawing should look just like the one at the end of the video. Help one another to complete the drawing as shown and if needed, play the video one more time.

Next, give each participant a new piece of paper and choose a partner to practice delivering “The Three Circles” with one other. It’s OK, and encouraged, to “cheat” by looking at previous drawings. Make sure each partner knows the meaning of each circle and the transition arrows in between.

Once everyone has shared with a partner, if you have time, encourage one or two of the participants to share “The Three Circles” with the group.


  • Do you feel like you are in the God-Circle?  We encourage you to make a list of three people with whom you can share “The 3-Circles.”
  • Do you feel like you are in the Broken-Circle? If you would like to TURN and be made NEW through God’s gift to us, Jesus, we’d love to hear from you and help you understand this important decision in your life.

Do you have questions about a relationship with Jesus? We’d love to talk to you!