Just in time for the holidays, Karen Vine writes about the lost art of hospitality.
“Hospitality in North America is in its death throes. It’s choking, gasping for air, writhing in pain and begging for release. Perhaps one of the reasons we’re so anxious about showing hospitality is because we don’t fully understand what it is. Hospitality is not an opportunity for us to show off our beautiful homes and culinary skills. It is also not just a practice for those with the spiritual gift of hospitality. Hospitality is a way for all of us to serve others and to build community.”
Click here to read, “Hospitality? You’ve Got to be Kidding!”