If you grew up reading missionary biographies like that of Bruce Olsen and Amy Carmichael, the stories were so engrossing and somewhat impossible to comprehend.
Posts Categorized: hospitality
Hope in the Midst of Suffering
Adjusting To Culture: Once You Return
“There’s no place like home,” became a famous tag line from The Wizard of Oz that many of us have repeated heartily when describing where we come from.
Heart for the Nations Evening
No church has the perfect solution for engaging their church body in international missions. Different strategies and practices work for different churches, just as in any other realm of life.
Sojourn Lyon: Meet the Lewises
Tell us a little about yourselves:
We (Drew & Lindsey) are both from the DFW area in Texas and have been married for six and a half years. About a week after we were married we moved to Louisville in order for Lindsey to attend Southern. We didn’t know a soul but soon found ourselves at a little church called Sojourn. We both feel like we have grown up at Sojourn. We found ourselves saturated with the Gospel and surrounded by authentic community.
How to Host a Muslim Person in Your Home
“ For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something
to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in,” – Matthew 25:35
Anyone who has traveled to North Africa, Central Asia, or the Middle East could tell stories about how Muslims are some of the most hospitable people in the world. Here are some practical guidelines for how you can make your Muslim friends feel at home in your home.