Sermon Illustrations about Hospitality
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The First Church of Waffle House
A fistful of black letters flicker atop the pale-yellow background. The sign is broken, but few care. Because they are broken too. There is a place, like ...
The Dream Home Is Dead
U.S. cities were shedding people steadily even before the pandemic. According to Postal Service data, 15.9 million Americans filed a change-of-address ...
Couple Snuggled by Home Invading Dog
When Julie and Jimmy Johnson experienced a home invasion in early May, they weren’t frightened like most couples would be. Even after the invader ...
Restaurant Serves Free Meals to the Needy
The pandemic has forced some locally owned businesses to close their doors. For one North Texas restaurant owner, he’s finding ways to overcome ...
US Family Welcomes Afghan Refugees into Their Home
Kenneth and Adi Martinez immigrated to the United States from Mexico in 2011. When given the opportunity to help a family of four who recently fled Afghanistan, ...
No Seat for the CEO
Pastor Kevin Miller writes:
One year when I was working in publishing, we had our annual staff Christmas Party. There were about 150 people in the room ...
The 53 People That Matter Most
Belichick & Saban: The Art of Coaching, is a documentary that offers an exclusive look at their annual coaching retreat, where Bill Belichick and ...
Want to Feel Happier? Talk to Strangers
A recent article (2019) from NPR asks, “Do you want to feel happier today?” Based on current scientific studies, here’s one way to boost ...
Church Near Helicopter Crash Site Transformed into Care Center
The Church in the Canyon was engaged in their typical Sunday morning activities routine when its normal routine was shattered by the sound of a helicopter ...
Beluga Whales Welcome Lone Narwhal into Their Pod
An unusual visitor has been hanging out in the St. Lawrence River for the past three years: A narwhal, more than 600 miles south of its usual range. But ...