The Gospel of Luke tells a story about two disciples of Jesus encountering the risen Christ on the road to Emmaus on that first Easter Sunday. These disciples do not recognize Jesus until Jesus takes bread, blesses it and breaks it. Their eyes are opened when Jesus shares bread with them. Often the Christian faith is thought to be only about spiritual things, but this story suggests that Jesus is revealed in the sharing of bread. Could it be that what we do with the stuff of life is an essential manifestation of our faith - the Christian faith as not just a spiritual idea floating above the material world, but something expressed in the stuff of life?