Jonathan also does a fantastic job of weaving the theological foundation of welcoming the stranger throughout this book. The book is more than stories in that way that it makes the reader confront his or her thoughts and feelings towards the type of hospitality that goes beyond the idea of inviting a new family in the neighborhood over for pot roast. Jake and I have lived in community-ish settings a time or two, and have experienced the ups and downs.
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Grace does not come near to fix our problems, but to open our eyes to the possibility of beauty in the midst of problems. Using the power of story, Wilson-Hartgrove paints a vivid picture of the amazing things that happened when he welcomed drug dealers, criminals, and other colorful characters to share his table.
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