Episode 20: Growing Our Capacity for Hospitality

The Apostle Paul in Romans 12 tells all Christ-followers (then and now) to “Practice hospitality.” In 1 Peter 4, Peter encourages us to “offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.” Evidently, grumbling was a thing back then when it came to offering hospitality! The same could probably be said for many of us today. Offering hospitality can be difficult. It can be inconvenient. And it often calls for sacrifice. But…

Hospitality is to Christianity what peanut butter is to jelly. Because God has shown us such incredible and all-encompassing hospitality thru His Son, Jesus, we are called upon by Him to do the same for others.  For some Christ-followers, this comes naturally. But for others, extending hospitality does not come so easy.

Gina’s guest on this episode is one of those Christ-followers for whom offering hospitality comes naturally. Heidi Macias is here to help all of us “up our hospitality game” with literally dozens of helpful, simple, and sustainable ideas for offering hospitality.

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