Posts Tagged hospitality

Thanksgiving: to host or not to host

Thanksgiving: to host or not to host

Thanksgiving: to Host or Not to Host? Guest post by Karen Guzman I grew up in a house regularly filled with guests, whether for a meal or for a semester. So, when I joined InterVarsity staff and moved into my own place, it was natural to host […]

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A Young Perspective on Open Hearts & Open Doors

A Young Perspective on Open Hearts & Open Doors

This weekend I hosted a party in our new neighborhood for a former neighbor. (A little background on the eight of us hostesses – we’re all in a really fun season of life. We’re all 20 somethings, we’ve been married about five years, and we’re young in […]

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Blessing Bags

Blessing Bags

Blessing bags are a great service project to prepare together within your NBS.  One blessing bag is kept by each person.  In the future, whenever an NBS member sees someone in need during day-to-day commutes or in travels, they may bless the individual (or family) with the […]

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Blessed to be a Blessing

Blessed to be a Blessing

Aunt Donna “Blessed to be a Blessing”  My Aunt Donna was a pastor’s wife, married to the love of her life, Uncle Al, for more than 70 years. I know you are not to have favorites in a family, but she is one of mine! As a […]

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I Don’t Have Granite Countertops…

I Don't Have Granite Countertops...

I don’t have granite countertops, I can’t lead a neighborhood Bible study… There!  I said it!  Doesn’t that sound crazy?  Oh! my list of excuses was many… I don’t know the Bible like I should. I haven’t been to seminary. I am nervous. I don’t have the […]

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