In every faith tradition, food plays a part that is larger than mere sustenance. Preparing a meal is an act of love, and serving it can be a time of remembrance. In this week’s Faith Unfiltered, host Dartinia Hull talks to Charlotteans who consider the link between food and faith, and who see that the way to humanity’s heart is definitely through the stomach—Nick Kepp, former chef at First Presbyterian Church and currently executive chef at Charlotte’s Community Matters Café; WFAE’s Amy Rogers; food writer Kathleen Purvis; and Keke Turner, one of the current chefs at First Presbyterian Church.