We all know where the road of good intentions leads, right? We all have good intentions, but we know that they're never quite enough. "My heart was in the right place," is an excuse that Amy has made for far too long, but Cheri points out a better way in this episode. In this follow-up conversation about Deidra Rigg's book, One, there's a truly transforming epiphany. Tune in to hear the trade we all need to make!
Ponder this question: "Am I going to be a loving person or not?" Life could change dramatically if we all asked ourselves that question before every interaction and reaction. Deidra Riggs, author of One: Unity in a Divided Word, brings challenging insights into how to build oneness in our everyday lives, speaking into a culture that seems to have more divides than bridges. Don't miss this riveting interview that could change us all for the better.
The house must be spotless. The food must be gourmet. Your outfit must color coordinate (and your apron must match). These are bad hospitality rules that have held Cheri and Amy hostage.
But what if none of these are true? What if we can embrace connection over perfection? When we can, hospitality looks much more like the heart that God always intended. Today's conversation by two awkward hostesses will give you hope that you can be hospitable too!
Sometimes the celebration just doesn't seem worth it. The cleaning, the cooking, and the planning can be overwhelming, so we just avoid it altogether.
But what if we've over-complicated hospitality, letting our perfectionism get in the way of something really good?
Christen Price, author of Invited, shares how to choose connection over perfection when we hostess. This episode will leave you with a new perspective on hospitality and out-of-the-box (so worth it!) ways to connect with the ones you love.