Morgan Tyree explains that knowing one's hospitality gifting can help build strong connection with others and even pull together the rest of the family.
Hospitality is meant for the purpose of "loving our neighbor." Morgan Tyree talks about how learning our "hospitality personality" frees us from stress so that we can bless others.
In today's world, it's easy to doubt we have what it takes to reach our neighbors for Christ. Chris and Elizabeth McKinney debunk that myth and about discovering God's purpose for where He's placed us.
We know we are to "love our neighbors," but what does it look like to love the actual neighbors who live around us? Authors, Chris and Elizabeth McKinney explain how to practice the art of neighboring.
Rosaria Butterfield illustrates how she practices radical hospitality. By doing this, she explains, we can live out the gospel, build relationships, and hopefully see others come to Christ.
Rosaria Butterfield talks about practicing hospitality. It's not always practical or sensible, and opening up your home to the lost will cost you something, but the blessings are unfathomable.
Rosaria Butterfield illustrates how "radically ordinary hospitality" can be a bridge for bringing the gospel to lost friends and neighbors.
You love your neighbor when you express hospitality to friends and strangers. Nan McCullough, Amy Lively, and Sara Hagerty share very practical ways you can serve through the expression of hospitality.
Whether it's family you know and love, or strangers that need to feel welcome, Barbara Rainey and Rosaria Butterfield share about opportunities to express hospitality.
Barbara Rainey encourages Christians to represent their King well, and one way to do this is through the gift of hospitality.
Rosaria Butterfield believed truth was based on her personal experience. But as she studied the Bible, she began to see God's truth. Rosaria talks about the day she surrendered to Christ.
Former English professor and lesbian, Rosaria Butterfield tells how her worldview began to change when a pastor and his wife befriended her and invited her into their home.
Rosaria Butterfield was a feminist and lesbian bent on exposing the religious right. But then a surprising letter came from pastor Ken Smith, which turned into a friendship that changed her views about God.