Starting gospel conversations—whether at home or overseas—is difficult in our distracted, technology-addicted world. Is returning to a practice of holistic, biblical hospitality part of the solution to strengthen our evangelism? Jeff Dalrymple, former president of Baptist Haiti Mission and president and founder of The Hospitality Project, helps us answer that question and explains why we struggle so much to let our neighbors into our homes. You can follow Jeff on Twitter at @JeffDalrymple.
In the episode, Jeff recommended a variety of resources on biblical hospitality. In case you missed it, those books were:
- The Hospitality Commands by Alexander Strauch
- Practicing Hospitality by Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock
- Making Room by Christine Pohl
- Table Grace by Douglas Webster
- The Art of Neighboring by Jay Pathak and Dave Runyon
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