by Diane Woodrow, as originally published on her blog here. Featured photo: Locally grown flowers from Hilltop Garden Flowers who are part of a great organisation called Flowers From The Farm
Godspace is running a series about Hospitality at the moment with lots of info on cooking and having people come into your home. Now I am someone who loves cooking for people, but I remember a friend who really was worried when she first started getting involved with church because she was not a good cook and also had children who did not like people coming into their house. She did doubt whether she was a “good Christian” or not; whatever that phrase might mean.
But one of the things that struck me in Christine Sine’s post for Monday was about being a “good guest.” We can all come as guests. We don’t need to bring anything apart from ourselves. But what does it mean to be a good guest?
Well for me I get upset when people to my house and bring extra food. I get upset by…