We all feel that pull to make a difference in the world—to reach out more, champion the gospel, help those in need—but we also feel busy. How can we balance the responsibilities we already have with our desire to be salt and light?
One answer is hospitality.
In The Simplest Way to Change the World, Dustin Willis explores the lost art of Christian hospitality. You’ll learn to:
- Reframe the way you see your home
- Be hospitable even if you don’t have the space for it
- Get creative in making an impact right where you are
- Involve others from your church
- Make your life more open, even while setting boundaries
Gospel-centered hospitality is the gift that gives back—as we open our lives up to others, we receive in heaping measures. And since most people are more likely to step into a living room than a sanctuary, hospitality is a strategic way to reach out.
Read The Simplest Way to Change the World, and discover how hospitality can add meaning to your life and open doors for the gospel like you never imagined.
- What a concept, hospitality at it's best and simplest
Enjoyed the download very much.
- Great book - hospitality, not entertaining
Too many books on Christian hospitality seem to end up being about Christian forms of entertaining. "The Simplest Way to Change the World" emphasizes using one's dwelling - house, apartment, or even dorm room - as a "weapon" with which to advance the Kingdom of God, having the humility and surrender to let others see into our imperfect Christian lives.
This book doesn't tell how to do napkin origami or how to cook an eight-course meal for 20 and have it all ready at once. Instead, it tells how to meet strangers, turn them into friends and maybe even disciples.
- Thoughtful and Practical Guide to Biblical Hospitality
A topic often promoted yet rarely fleshed out, Biblical hospitality is something every Christian should be practicing but many are not because of fear or lack of understanding. This thoughtful, practical book is a great resource to give Christians a clear understanding of why hospitality is Biblical, how to overcome fears and obstacles that prevent us from making it a priority, and many easy ways to implement hospitality into our lives. This has been a hot topic in our church and small group recently and I can't wait to share this book with many of my friends who desire to be more intentional about building relationships through biblical hospitality.