Food for ThoughtBy Jason & Kerri | October 4th, 2018 | Category: Purpose | 1 Comment »
Hosting our new students for a good home-cooked meal does much more than a just provide a break from the seminaryâ€™s cafeteria. Itâ€™s a time of building friendships with students that establishes trust and a foundation for training that goes beyond the classroom. It now seems so clear why the Apostle Paul valued hospitality among the spiritual gifts. (Weâ€™ve blurred the face of one student, who is preparing for ministry where her identity needs to be protected.)
I didn’t know what the students were doing when they asked me to put my foot in the picture, but then someone explained they were thinking about Romans 10:14-15.