Published: 1 year ago

Hospitality is Rarely Convenient

If your church is going to get serious about guest services, it’s not necessarily going to be easy.

It’s not going to be something you can “just do.”

No, hospitality requires an interruption of the status quo. It requires shifting mindsets. To put others first, it means that our preferences have to take a backseat. It won’t always be convenient, and it won’t always be seamless.

Hospitality will always cost us something.

But the things that are worthwhile usually do.


photo credit: Lindsey Wachter

  1. David Schmitt says:

    When we get comfortable in Church, it’s time to make a change. Uncomfortable, in hospitality works! It calls us away from the “We’re fine” mentality and calls us into service and action.

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