The idea that any guest or stranger is a god lays the foundation for Indian hospitality. Continue reading how to say hello
The warmth of hospitality we have received, and the sacrifices students and faculty have made for our comfort, is embarrassing. Continue reading an embarrassment of riches
Our faces should brighten when we see each other. To welcome each other in this way is not just a lost art in a hurried world, but a neglected responsibility. Continue reading Retrospective 2010
We may have set a place for angels, as Abraham did. More likely and better still, we have shared our table with the sons and daughters of God Continue reading just enough is plenty
Mindless banter can never rise to the level of true hospitality. That’s because the thing we finally give each other is our selves and not merely our stuff. Continue reading when tables turn
A common table is a great equalizer. It says we sit at the same level and eat the same food, sharing the same need and enjoying the same grace. And Christian hospitality requires us to do that with people less like ourselves. Continue reading the way the world (should) end
Throw in a little foksy gospel, some sing along, and a hint of story telling about life on the road, and the house concert its own charm. Not to mention some really great bass, but I have my biases. Continue reading and the band played on. and on.