by admin | 17 Oct 2021
One of the disciplines to which Christians, in the context of the church, are called is to show hospitality. Paul urges us to show generosity to saints in need and to open our homes to one another. What does hospitality look like? To whom should it be shown? How can we practically obey this biblical command? These are some of the questions we want to explore in this study.
Scripture References: Romans 12:13
A study by the elders of BBC in the corporate spiritual disciplines of the church.
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