serving one another

Hospitality is a willingness to share, with discernment, what God has given us, including our family, home, finances, and food. It is an attitude of stewardship, where we do not own anything because we are merely the caretaker for the real owner, God. He desires that we share His stuff and His love, and we comply out of reverence and gratitude to Him. In relationships, it is honoring the boundaries of others, and sharing all we have without strings attached. In the church, it is to be welcoming, regardless how we may feel (Matthew 25:34-43; Luke 10:30-37; Romans 12:13: 16:3-16; 1 Timothy 5:10; Hebrews 13:1-3; 1 Peter 4:7-11; 3 John 5-8).

From decorating tables at a Memorial Luncheon or Wednesday Evening Fellowship, to making sure there is food at the Family Faith Fellowship on Sunday mornings, to fixing the coffee and desserts for special occasions . . . . . there are so many facets.

Give Diana Geddes a call (330-3277) or email (dianaruth40601@aol,com) to see what area you’d like to help with.