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Editor Melody Tan and graphic designer Theodora Amuimuia.

At The Table magazine has officially launched as a free monthly publication, following an extremely positive response to a special trial edition published in May.

The magazine is aimed at women who play a special role in the lives of young children, either as mums, aunties or friends. It is part of a wider ministry that incorporates a weekly women’s panel TV show, a website and social media channels. The TV show, which began airing in February, recently launched its second season.

With the tagline “Real women | Real conversations | Real issues”, At The Table magazine, published by Adventist Media, has been specially designed for church members to share with their non-church-attending friends and as a non-confronting way to present a Christian perspective on topics such as family, health, faith and social trends.

Readers are encouraged to join the At The Table online community to share their experiences and opinions on issues that impact them, and form authentic relationships with each other.

Church members involved in running ministries for young families, such as playgroups or mothers’ groups, will play a vital role in distributing At The Table magazine to the community. The September issue is now available and has a special dads’ theme, including “Daddy day care”: one man’s experience as a stay-at-home dad. The magazine is also filled with health and wellbeing advice, recipes, exercise tips, book giveaways and more. If you would like free copies to distribute, email julielaws@adventistmedia.org.au.

To watch the TV show and for more information on how you can get involved in the ministry, go to www.thetabletv.com or www.facebook.com/thetabletvshow.

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