Opening Your Door in Faith: Practice Hospitality Wherever You Are• ep 139

Today I am talking about opening up your door and practicing hospitality. No matter if you have a large house or studio apartment, no matter if you serve hamburgers or steak, you can serve others when you decide to serve others by welcoming them into your home. 

Hospitality means focusing on your guests and how you can serve them. It is quite different from entertaining which says, “Look what I can do.” There’s no need for fancy decor or Pinterest-worthy recipes when it comes to true hospitality. It’s really quite simple. So put aside any hinderances or fears, walk out in faith, and share the love of God in your home and all around you.

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