A hospitality disaster in need of much hospitality grace

As promised, I have a post up at my friend Jessalyn’s site Desiring Virtue and yes, I am writing on hospitality. Laugh if you want but I hope you’ll click on over and read my true (hospitality) confessions

I must be honest and up front with you right here, at the start: I’m no hospitality guru. In fact, my hospitality stories are generally void of any degree of expertise or success. In other words, I will not be writing your typical struggle-followed-by-victory sort of post. The truth is I’m stuck in the struggle phase. Hospitality doesn’t come easily to me and that may be the understatement of the year. I am a hospitality disaster in need of much hospitality grace.

Oh, no doubt I could come up with reasons aplenty for my hospitality reticence. I’m busy. I’m an introvert. Others do it better. I’m not a great cook. I don’t even like to cook for that matter.

I could keep going but for your sake, and mine, I’ll stop there.

I’m also sharing a recipe!

While you’re over there, be sure to check out the other posts (and recipes) in the Desiring Virtue series on hospitality.

 

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Author: Lisa Spence

Wife, mother, Bible teacher, bibliophile, occasional blogger

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