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Jesus gives us a perfect example of how to welcome people into our hearts and homes.
Jesus tells us that we need to see the image of God in everyone and treat them accordingly. Hospitality offered to a stranger is hospitality offered to Christ.
Radical hospitality means we have to be intimately involved with the needs and problems of others. Will we let someone wash our feet? Are we willing to wash the feet…
If we want to make disciples, we have to be disciples. Jesus is knocking on everyone’s heart. Shouldn’t we be knocking, too?
Be welcoming. Greet people with a smile and a handshake. Don't forget to show hospitality to strangers.
Paul's arrest in Jerusalem was something he learned to not only accept, but Paul used it to spread the Gospel.
The first converts in Europe were an interesting bunch. See how the Holy Spirit worked there.
Paul and Barnabas worked very well together but then had a disagreement. What do you think of how they solved the problem?
When conflict arose and there was a difference of opinion, how did the early church resolve things and come to a decision?
In ever widening ripples the gospel was going out. First to Jews, then Greek Jews, then Samaritans and now to a Eunuch.