Friday Media/Art Mix
Lydia, the dyer of purple cloth, was radically hospitable to Paul and his companions. She was an outsider to them, and they were outsiders to her, and yet she opened her home and life to them which lead to profound life changing events for them all.
Radical hospitality is something that we all can do, especially together with our congregations. Radical Hospitality for the Rest of Us began as a pastoral study project by a woman named Elizabeth Turman-Bryant. In this video, she shares what churches are doing that share radical hospitality to the world in generous and creative ways. (note that the website listed on this YouTube page is no longer active. She does, however, have a Facebook page with the same name if you'd like to check it out).