It is not radical hospitality to come in and tell other people what they need to do. It's radical when you let them lead and you get out of the way.
I hope and pray that my inner compass yields to radical hospitality always, even if I get it wrong, because I've seen the richness in my life I wouldn't find anywhere else. And I hope the same for you, and our community too.
Radical hospitality opened my heart and gave me a family, y'all. People I'm not related to by blood, but they're my family.
Walk alongside young people. They really need us.
I define radical hospitality as 'transformational connection through welcome.'
In my lifetime, I've noted a shift away from the sheer thought of engagement and collective humanity, making way for apathy, complacency and even anger, hatred and greed. And I'm kinda sick of it. What about y'all?