Jesus had no place to call home, so he relied on others’ willingness to invite him into their home to eat and drink with them. I can only imagine the types of conversations that went on around those divine dinners, but Jesus sure enjoyed them, enough to be accused of being a drunkard and a glutton. Today, however, it may seem impossible to have people over regularly. Hospitality requires work like cleaning the house, buying and preparing food, and being a gracious host. But it doesn’t have to involve a lot of time, nor does it require inviting people into your home. It could mean loving people in your community without them setting foot into your home, or it may mean stepping outside your door.
Here are 10 ways to display hospitality even when time is limited:
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