Making Room For The Stranger: Biblical Hospitality

I resisted writing this blog about hospitality not because I don’t think the topic is important but because my brain is fried due to being in quarantine so long. I can’t even begin to write about what it means to practice hospitality when we can’t even have people in our homes! Yet biblical hospitality calls us to something entirely different. It is far more than just baking a pie and sitting around a lovely set table, it’s about welcoming the stranger and feeding the hungry.

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Stay Holy, Stay Home: He is Risen!!

I write this blog as the morning sun begins to rise and blind me from typing. My eyes are watering from it’s brilliant warmth on my face and I can’t ignore the overwhelming joy that I feel when I write about Easter morning. It has always been my favorite time of year, even as a young child. There’s just something about the springtime light that brings life to my soul. Even growing up in Alaska when there was still snow on the ground this time of year, the sun always seemed to shine brightest on this day.

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