Relearning Christian Hospitality:

Weekend Musings

“Why is it that in the church we usually violate so many of the rules of hospitality? Where else in our society do we force people to get all dressed up [that one we have relaxed a bit] and sit in very hard seats for one hour, and sit in such a position that they can’t see anybody’s face or be seen by anybody else? We allow them very little movement, though, … Where else in society do we ignore so many rules of hospitality? Yet, somehow, we still expect friendliness to happen.” —Bruce Rowlison (Creative Hospitality)


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