God’s loving Spirit has graced you with the Gift of Hospitality.
Are you using it?
The two Greek words for hospitality used in the New Testament are philoxenos and philoxenia. Both mean loving strangers as family members. This is easy to understand, but almost impossible to implement without God’s help.
The practice of hospitality is about learning to love strangers with God’s help. His church can grow in meaningful ways if we would follow this “practice.” However, it will cease to grow if we forget this important tool. I know I need more practice.
How about you?
“Can you imagine the impact you and your church would have for God’s Kingdom if you only used your Gift of Hospitality? Annie’s amazing testimony and this book will inspire and equip you and your church to spread Jesus’ love throughout your community. Read it and just do it!”
— Dr. Larry Keefauver, Bestselling Author and International Teacher
Annie McCune grew up in Western New York. She graduated from Dartmouth College where she met her husband Lee. They have 4 children, married to terrific spouses and 12 amazing grandchildren. They feel privileged to have numerous international kids and grandkids also call them Nonnie and Grandpa Lee. Her favorite assignment, after loving God and her family, is practicing hospitality by loving the strangers God puts in her path.