In this three-part series, John Piper argues that the Lord's Supper is not merely a religious rite with little relevance for our larger life-concerns. Rather, the Lord's Supper is an ordinance from our Lord that has profound implications for our walk with Him. It is a proclamation of the gospel, a remembrance of Christ, a feasting by faith on all that God is for us in Christ, a savoring of the promises of the New Covenant, a call to love, and a call to self-examination. Piper also answers oft-asked questions like, "What did Jesus mean by 'This is my body,' 'this is my blood'"? "Does the Lord's Supper give a special kind of grace?" and "When should children take the Lord's Supper?"