The Do’s and Don’ts of Hospitality

Hospitality is a way we welcome and serve one another. It’s an invitation into your home, a way to build deeper friendships and it’s one way we can model the love of Christ.

Hospitality doesn’t have to be overwhelming nor does it have to add anymore to your ever growing to-do list. In fact there are some easy do’s and don’t of hospitality to keep in mind.

I’m sharing my simple tips over on Young Wife’s Guide but here is little preview below:

Hospitality is a way we welcome and serve one another. It's an invitation into your home, a way to build deeper friendships and it's one way we can model the love of Christ. Hospitality doesn't have to be overwhelming nor does it have to add anymore to your ever growing to-do list. In fact here are some easy do's and don't of hospitality to keep in mind.
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The Do’s & Don’ts of Hospitality

Now that we are in full summer mode, the season of barbecues, cookouts and campfires are in full swing.

Perhaps you have been invited into other’s homes and have enjoyed the hospitality of good friends, fellowship and food.

Or maybe you are wanting to open up your own home but are scared to do so?

Hospitality is a way we welcome and serve one another. It’s an invitation into your home, a way to build deeper friendships and it’s one way we can model the love of Christ. Not surprisingly though, when you say the word hospitality you often get a wide range of reactions from enthusiasm to downright terror.

Some love to open their homes to others while to some it can seem downright overwhelming. I mean how can you possibly add one more thing to your list of responsibilities, right?

In truth hospitality doesn’t have to be overwhelming nor does it have to add anymore to your ever growing to-do list. In fact here are some easy do’s and don’t of hospitality to keep in mind.

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To read the rest of this post, head on over to Young Wife’s Guide where I’m sharing several do’s and don’ts for hospitality.

Hospitality is a way we welcome and serve one another. It's an invitation into your home, a way to build deeper friendships and it's one way we can model the love of Christ. Hospitality doesn't have to be overwhelming nor does it have to add anymore to your ever growing to-do list. In fact here are some easy do's and don't of hospitality to keep in mind.

What are your tips for simple and easy hospitality? 

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