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How the Church Can Surpass a Five-Star Hotel
There’s nothing sweeter than a really nice hotel when you’re traveling. It doesn’t have to be swank or expensive, but I do want to be treated well. I have a favorite chain I use a…
Lynn H. Pryor,
Hospitality and Social Distancing - Emmanuel Baptist Church
What does it look like for us to “show hospitality to one another without grumbling” (1 Peter 4:9, ESV) in the middle of a pandemic? Rosaria Butterfield, author of The Gospel Comes With a House Key (available in our church library) explores this important question in this excellent article: Practice Hospitality, Especially during COVID-19 Christians
Chris Hutchison,
Gospel-Driven Hospitality - Blog - Eternal Perspective Ministries
This article from Revive Our Hearts staff member, with thoughts from a conversation with Rosaria, encourages us to take a closer look at how hospitality can be a ministry and a way to share the gospel, as well as a way for us to grow in Christlikeness. If you look up the word hospitality, what you’ll not find is a definition that reads, “Graciously hosting a weekly small group,” or “Welcoming your best friend and her family into your home for a home-cooked meal and game of Monopoly.” Rather, true hospitality means loving the stranger; treating a new acquaintance like an old friend; sharing the best of your time and possessions with the underprivileged. It is our responsibility as believers to take those needs to the Father for the non-believers who do not have access to the throne of grace.” The Purpose of a Bridge Hospitality is actually a command we’re to carry out, but under one condition—”without grumbling” (1 Peter 4:9).
Randy Alcorn,
How to Love Your Neighbor When You Have Kids - Amy Lively
As I pulled a casserole out of the freezer, I fought all of my “I Don’t Feel Like It’s” I felt about our plans to have company over that night.
Amy Lively,
How to Practice Hospitality Without Stressing Over Your Home
This is part one in a mini-series by Esther on how practice hospitality without stressing over your home. Look for part two, next week, called, “Are You Home Insecure: Three Questions to Ask Yourself!” Do you let the state of your home dictate whether or not you are going to be hospitable? Does your level …
Heather Creekmore,
Anxious about Hospitality?
By Elizabeth Prata As keepers of the home, we women are often encouraged to invite or even expect others to visit our homes. The hospitality offered by Lydia, Martha & Mary, and the home of Mar…
Elizabeth Prata,
Unlimited: The Hospitality Of Gaius | Good News Unlimited
Hospitality must be cheerfully given from the heart, or else it isn’t an acceptable service to God.
Eliezer Gonzalez,
HOW DOES GOD SAY, "I WILL HELP YOU?" - Growing Through God's Word
How Does God Say, “I Will Help You”? by Rose Spillenaar Harmer Reading Psalms 139:13-14 (NLT) is amazing: “You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother’s womb. Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous – how well I know it.” Of… Continue reading HOW DOES GOD SAY, “I WILL HELP YOU?”
Janis Cox,
Unlimited: The Hospitality Of Gaius | Good News Unlimited
Hospitality must be cheerfully given from the heart, or else it isn’t an acceptable service to God.
Eliezer Gonzalez,
Godliness and Contentment: Platt, Meyer, and Navigating Chuch Divisions
Arguments over critical race theory have plunged David Platt’s McLean Bible Church into controversy. On June 30, the church voted on three new elder candidates. They had been vetted and presented to the congregation by the elders and according to church bylaws, they needed 75% approval to be confirmed. The church did not release the final tally, but the vote came up short. Platt believes the vote was sabotaged by non-members and outside activists. His opponents have filed a lawsuit saying the…
Cole Feix,

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