Day 23. Intentional. Autumn-time Hospitality.
Intentional autumn-time hospitality.
To be intentional with your planning and inviting.
Bringing people together. Having a plan.
Consider inviting people you want to introduce to one another, or who you want to get to know better yourself.
Autumn is a beautiful season for making a simple invite and a simple meal, like an easy entree, bread, and a simple dessert. (Have you thought about serving a salmon patty cooked to perfection drizzled with olive oil, seasonings, and fresh garden tomatoes?)
There might be new people in town, new neighbors, new friends on your kid’s sports team.
You don’t always have to be intentional, but sometimes when you are, great things can happen.
In fact, it’s good to expect great things.
Do you prefer intentional hospitality or impromptu hospitality?
Catch up on my first 22 Days, HERE. :)
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I think both kinds of hospitality are so important…this is such a coincidence…we talked about hospitality in my small group Bible study yesterday and talked about intentional hospitality as radical hospitality – going above and beyond, outside of your comfort zone to really help another, or reach out a hand. It’s something that I need to do more often!
I love both. It’s fun to plan out a time with friends or friends-to-be, but it’s also great to call someone spur of the moment and ask them over for a drink around the the fire pit or coffee on a Saturday morning. LOVE your posts.