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Hospitality

Throughout the Bible, God commands us over and over to take notice of and care for those around us. More than just opening your home to your friends or Bible study group for coffee, hospitality is a conscientious pursuit to welcome strangers and friends into our homes and lives and to make them feel loved and accepted.

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A call to celebrate Jesus the other 364 days of the year
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Opening our homes and tables to strangers blesses both the giver and receiver.
Choose Hospitality

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The difference between entertainment and hospitality is more important than you think.
Welcoming the Stranger

Welcoming the Stranger Subscriber access only

A letter from the editor
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Reasons why you are the perfect person to host this holiday season

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Our editors have compiled the best on Hospitality from the archives. Here you'll find fresh, relevant, and honest articles that makes Today's Christian Woman a mentor to thousands of women.

Someone's Knocking at the Door Subscriber access only

With my husband's sense of hospitality, it could be a complete stranger
Why This?
Invite a complete stranger over for dinner? You can use family meanls as a way to minister to others.

Painless Hospitality Subscriber access only

How to open your home to others without driving your spouse crazy
Why This?
Is your house too messy to invite others over? You can work together with your spouse to tackle the practical aspects of hospitality.
Hospitality for Introverts

Hospitality for Introverts

How can you practice hospitality when you'd rather be alone?
Why This?
JoHannah Reardon shares wisdom about how introverts can welcome and minister to others without getting burnt out or overwhelmed.

Extending the Table

How we can eat and drink to the glory of God this holiday season
Why This?
Holiday meals provide an opportunity to connect more deeply with God and to welcome and bless others.
Introverts in the Church

Introverts in the Church

Finding a quiet moment in an extroverted place
Following Christ with Our Actions

Following Christ with Our Actions

Authentic disciples vote with their feet and not mere words.
How to Treat One Another

How to Treat One Another

Scripture tells us a lot about interpersonal relationships.

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How I came to rethink the role of celebration in the Christian life.
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When pastors consider renting to churches from other cultures, they must examine their motives.
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