Being a Person of Hospitality

Posted: November 8, 2012 in Christian Living, Christians and Culture
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This sermon was preached on November 3-5th at Northland, A Church Distributed, in Longwood Florida.

The link includes the whole worship service which I hope you will find uplifting. The sermon starts at the 39 minute mark.

Being a Person of Hospitality

We have lost something in our culture. It is the practice of valuing the newcomer, the stranger, the outsider, and welcoming them into our world. If you are a follower of Christ this make no sense since you were once the stranger, outsider, who Jesus welcomed into His sphere.

Comments
  1. Pamela Brown says:

    I agree with you on this. There have been very few churches that have welcomed my family into the church due to my son’s disability.

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