Monday, April 11, 2016

The Difference Between Hospitality and Entertaining

Jen Wilkin unpacks the difference in a really helpful way over on The Gospel Coalition website. Here's a taste to whet your appetite:
  • Entertaining is always thinking about the next course. Hospitality burns the rolls because it was listening to a story. 
  • Entertaining obsesses over what went wrong. Hospitality savors what was shared. 
  • Entertaining, exhausted, says “It was nothing, really!” Hospitality thinks it was nothing. Really. 
  • Entertaining seeks to impress. Hospitality seeks to bless.

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