This post is part of my ongoing series on hospitality.
As my hospitality series draws to a close, I wanted to share some of my favorite resources with you if you’re interested in continuing to grow in practicing hospitality! These are not in a particular order.
–The Art of Hospitality by Yvonne G. Baker (practical, and filled with recipes and menu plans)
–Practicing Hospitality by Pat Ennis and Lisa Tatlock (biblical support for hospitality, plus recipes)
–A Handbook for Minister’s Wives by Dorothy Kelley Patterson (not all about hospitality, but that’s definitely a big part of the book)
–The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook edited by Pat Ennis and Dorothy Kelley Patterson (great book for any Christian woman; includes extensive sections on the home and meal planning)
–Bread and Wine by Shauna Niequist (nothing will make you want to throw open the doors of your home quite like this book… truly inspirational, plus it includes some of my very favorite recipes)
–Homemade Memories by Marita Littauer (about creating family memories in your home, but includes many menu plans that are perfect for hospitality occasions)
–The Hospitality Commands by Alexander Strauch (thorough biblical support for WHY to show hospitality)
–Open Heart, Open Home by Karen Burton Mains (I haven’t read this one yet, but my mom recommends it)
–practical tips for practicing hospitality at Generation Cedar
–hospitality posts at Radical Womanhood
–hospitality posts at Girl Talk
–top 13 ministry meal ideas at Comfy in Kitchen
–how to start a weekly meal ministry at your church at Comfy in the Kitchen
–creating a hospitality and entertaining notebook at A Plate at My Table
–how hospitality helps or hinders relationships at Moms in Need of Mercy
–top ten ways to save money on entertaining at The Family CEO Blog
–10 budget-friendly dinner party ideas at The Local Cook
–how to feel at home in your house and your skin at A Holy Experience
And don’t forget that I will continue to be pinning great ideas for showing hospitality to my Hospitality Pinterest Board!
Do you have any favorite hospitality resources to share?