Apr 13, 2020
On today’s episode, we’re continuing our series, Theology in Practice: Knowing God Changes Who We Are and How We Engage with the World. On today’s episode, we are talking with Rosaria Butterfield about hospitality, particularly in times of crisis. There is no one you’d rather hear from on this topic as we’re all seeking to love our neighbors while navigating the challenging realities that come with a global pandemic like COVID-19. This conversation will challenge you, offer really creative ideas for how to love your neighbor in the midst of a crisis, and exhort you to really know and love God and to know and love the people he’s placed around you too.
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