Strangers at My Door: An Experiment in Radical Hospitality

Book, 2013, 211 pp
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His first followers knew that Jesus could be found with the fatherless, the widows, the hungry, and the homeless. He said that he himself was a stranger and commended those who welcomed him. If he really meant these things, what would happen if you opened your door to every person who came with a need?

Jonathan and Leah Wilson-Hartgrove decided to find out. The author and his wife moved to the Walltown neighborhood in Durham, North Carolina, where they have been answering the door to anyone who knocks. When they began, they had little idea what might happen, but they counted on God to show up.

In Strangers at My Door, Wilson-Hartgrove tells of risks and occasional disappointments. But far more often there is joy, surprise, and excitement as strangers become friends, mentors, and helpers. Immerse yourself in these inspiring eyeopening accounts of people who arrive with real needs, but ask only for an invitation to come in.
PublisherPenguin Random House
CollectionMCA's E3 in the World (Year 3)

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