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Are you nervous about having people over to your home? What’s the most important focus in hospitality? Just in time for the holidays, a conversation with Amy Hannon who is a cookbook author, Pastor’s wife, and owner of the kitchen brand Euna Mae’s. Amy explores “intentional kitchening” with Ken and Deb and talks about the importance of connecting with others around the table. Learn how your everyday welcome is a powerful way to share God’s heart by cooking and caring for others.
Family gatherings may bring some apprehension because of differing views or past hurts, so how do we bring peace to the table? Author Brant Hansen shows us what it means to be unoffendable, not being off-put by others, but demonstrating love like Jesus. He challenges us to begin the day with a choice to forgive others and humble submission to God. Listen for some action points to be different people and gratitude for all God has done for us.
Amy Hannon is a preacher’s wife, a mom of three, and the woman behind an influential and expansive hospitality brand, Euna Mae’s, a one-of-a-kind kitchen shop and gathering room named after her grandmother. In addition to her brick-and-mortar store, Amy is the heart of a broad media platform that has included a daily cooking show on Northwest Arkansas’ NBC affiliate, a food blog, a cookbook, partnerships with national brands, and engaging social media. Amy uses every opportunity to share a message of simple, biblical hospitality.
Brant Hansen is an author, nationally syndicated radio host, and advocate for healing children with correctible disabilities through CURE International. His podcast with his friend and radio producer, The Brant and Sherri Oddcast, has been downloaded millions of times. He's written three books: Unoffendable, Blessed are the Misfits and The Truth About Us. Brant has also written for CNN.com, the Washington Post, and numerous other outlets on matters as varied as public policy, culture, sports, Asperger's syndrome, and faith. He and his wife, Carolyn, live in South Florida.