Have you ever struggled with why God cares about hospitality? Why did He put that command in the Bible? Does it really make that big of a difference?
If you have ever had those questions, you are in the right place!
But not only that, maybe you see the purpose and you think hospitality is important but you struggle with maintaining that posture in day to day life? When the extra cleaning and extra cooking that often comes from offering hospitality feels pointless and exhausting, it is hard to maintain the motivation to keep going.
When your hospitality is rejected or never reciprocated, it can begin to feel like you are wasting your time by putting yourself out there.
When you have been hurt in the past, like most of us have, it is a lot harder to make room in your heart and home for offering hospitality.
But, God knew all of those things and He still commands His people to be hospitable (1 Peter 4:9). So, how can we walk this journey of Christian love and welcome with intention and joy?
How can we face the difficult circumstances of our cultures and love people well in the midst of them? How can we embrace the life we have and see how God is at work it in? How can we choose a life of welcome even when it feels difficult?
This is where you will find the answers to those questions and more. We are on a journey together to a life of hospitable welcome that showcases the character of the God we serve.
Let’s dive in!