#083: Homemaking requires hospitality.

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The word hospitality, as it comes to us in English through Old French and Latin *hospes*, means being a host – a loaded concept in ancient times. Hosts have certain duties, and in learning about hospitality we learn about what we ought to do and be as homemakers. For to extend hospitality, there must first be a home. For there to be welcome into a family, there must first be a welcomed and welcoming family.

Let’s dig in.

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What hospitality taught me about homemaking

Manners are love in trifles, love in the small things. What small ways can we make our love seen and felt throughout mundane days? Hospitality gives us clues.

And that concludes this episode of the Simply Convivial Audio Blog. To follow up, I highly recommend sitting down with pen and paper and brain dumping what homemaking and hospitality might look like in your situation. A brain dump is a sanity-saving and clarity-giving practice. You can learn more about it by downloading the free guide below.

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And, in it all, remember that God’s will in our life is our sanctification. So, let’s Repent. Rejoice. Repeat.

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