Biblical Hospitality

In Church, Family, Scripture on October 8, 2008 at 5:17 pm

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Martha Stewart Living, Home and Garden TV and the Food Network are just three of the many multi-million dollar organizations that exist to teach us all the best ways to entertain.  Unfortunately, while many of our homes are picture perfect and our tables set with amazing displays of culinary skill, we seem to be spending less time in true fellowship with our homes or around our tables.  This feature with authors Alexander Strauch and Dr. Patricia Ennis explores the need to rediscover the Christian practice of hospitality.

For more information regarding The Hospitality Commands by Alexander Strauch (Lewis and Roth, 1994), click here.

For more informaion regarding Practicing Hospitality by Patricia Ennis (Crossway, 2008), click here.

  1. Paul…you do such a great job with these! Keep up the great work man!

  2. I just finished reading “Practicing Hospitality” by Drs. Ennis & Tatlock. The book itself was hospitable. I expected to feel guilty about all that I wasn’t doing, instead I was encouraged by all that I am currently doing that I didn’t realize fell into the category of hospitality. Reading the book was as intersting and insightful as being in the home of someone who has the gift of encouragement. Many great ideas with taste and balance. This book would be a terrific gift for any Christian woman you know.

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