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by Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock
What is hospitality? Is there some special thing that makes a person or home hospitable? Does simply having a friend over for tea qualify as hospitality, or much you have friends over to an impeccably decorated home and a menu of gourmet foods?
In Practicing Hospitality, two longtime professors (and practitioners!) of home economics provide both the theological foundation and the practical knowledge to understand and implement God's plan in this area of our lives. Blending a solid foundation of theologically sound content with real-life examples and anecdotes, Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock will help you think through what all the act of hospitality entails. By focusing on developing both the Christian character and practical skills of hospitality, it becomes a joy for the host and hostess and a source of encouragement for the guest.
"What makes your friends, family members, and guests feel welcome at your house? If you answered perfect décor or intriguing dinner menus, I encourage you to read 'Practicing Hospitality.' This helpful book not only points to what matters most when entertaining, but it also offers practical ideas to help you grow in your hospitality skills." — Kirk Cameron
At the end of each chapter are recipes and projects that provide you with an opportunity to personally apply what the book is teaching. Anyone who is seeking to grow in their knowledge of biblical hospitality will be richly rewarded by the biblical teaching and practical suggestions in this book.
Paperback, 256 Pages.
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