158 pages – Hardback
Item # 957
“Trish Rife’s examples and analogies give us the philosophy, doctrine, and principles of biblical hospitality. You will enjoy the analysis of the examples for hospitality as used in the Bible. These examples are paralleled by Trish with fresh, witty, and personal examples and illustrations. The need for true, pure, and genuine hospitality today among God’s people is tremendous!
This book highlights the practical principles of hospitality and would equip those from the timid to the confident, the layman to the deacon, the staff personnel to the pastor.
You will learn how to entertain your friends, fellowship with the church member, treat your enemies, welcome the stranger, receive the missionary, host the evangelist, and cheer your pastor. The practice of the philosophies in this book will give the tools needed to develop a new, fresh and enjoyable atmosphere to all your fellowships.”
– Pastor Matt Miller, Cornerstone Baptist Church, Colorado Springs, CO
“May I with an enthusiastic heart recommend to you this work on the subject of HOSPITALITY. There is a fresh and spiritual view given by the author that could revolutionize the average home and in fact be carried to public arena. There is on any matter in life a myriad of views that could be expressed about the subject but there is always that unique perspective that only a lady could provide. This dear author has not only explored this subject but offered remedies for shortcomings in the average person’s life!
I have known this dear lady and her husband for several years and they personify true HOSPITALITY.”
– Dr. Bob Gray, Sr., Longview, Texas
“As an evangelist’s wife extensively traveling for 13 years, making me a professional guest, I thoroughly enjoyed reading Mrs. Rife’s book. She is able to impart her love of hospitality to the reader, proving that it is an extension of Jesus Christ’s love. This book is chock full of ideas, suggestions and recipes that will make hospitality less intimidating. Mrs. Rife uses real life examples of her own entertaining to exemplify her points. Those who use hospitality and those of us who benefit from it will get a great blessing from this book.”
– Mrs. Susan Spurgeon, wife of Evangelist David Spurgeon, Ohio