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‘Practicing Hospitality’ not about fancy tea parties

By: 28 May 2011 One Comment

When most of us think of “hospitality,” we think of hosting frequent gatherings in our home…which of course is always spotless.

A seminar coming June 11 will dispel the idea that hospitality always has to involve large groups, tea and picture perfect homes. “Practicing Hospitality: Creating Welcoming Spaces for God, for Others and for Yourself” will be 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 11, at the Global Outreach Center Immanuel Baptist Church in Rogers. The event is by Strings Attached Ministries.

“Hospitality is not dead.  It’s been stifled, shoved into corners, reserved for holidays and special occasions,” says Cari Kaufman of Strings Attached Ministries. “A victim of the Spirit of the Age: busyness. In this one-day women’s event, we’ll rediscover friendship forged in the front room over tea.  Let’s learn how to create room for everyday hospitality. Together, we will explore how to make hospitality a way of life.  We will learn to create welcoming spaces for God to enter in, for others to find sanctuary and for you to find peace.”

Each seminar participant will receive a workbook, the possibility of a door prize and a catered lunch as part of her experience. The event should be finished by about 3:30 p.m.

After the June 11 event, there will be one more seminar in the “Practicing Your Paths” series. On August 13, Strings Attached Ministries will be hosting “Practicing Prayer and Action: Living a Life of Intercession.”

For more information or to register, visit http://stringsattachedministries.wordpress.com/speaking/events/.

More about Strings Attached Ministries

Strings Attached Ministries focus on bringing women’s groups into closer fellowship with one another. The ministry believes that the health of a women’s ministry is the thermometer for the health of the entire congregation. Strings Attached provides resources to enable women’s ministry to come together in way that is fun, interactive and uplifting. From facilitated retreats to event planning resources, Strings Attached has everything necessary to make a church or organization’s next women’s retreat an amazing experience.

 

More about Cari Kaufman

Cari Kaufman is an intuitive and innovative leadership coach and professional speaker whose is best known for her ability to “conceptualize metaphors.” She takes real-life, everyday stories and turns them into life lessons. Her engaging and genuine presentation style gives her the ability to connect with individuals from all walks of life. Cari’s experiences run the gamut from military officer to stay-at-home mom and give her a unique perspective into everyday life. Her calm-under-fire approach to the transitions in life make her the perfect partner to help navigate the waters of change.

Editor’s Note: this event is sponsored by, and a part of this writer’s work through her company Jamie’s Notebook.

 

 

 

About: Jamie Smith:
Experienced reporter who is now an entrepreneur. Jamie's Notebook offers writing services including press releases, corporate blogging and feature writing.

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