lisa chan on hospitality

>> March 5, 2009

More than weekend dinners and hosting social events, the epitome of hospitality would probably be inviting someone (or several someones) to stay in your home for months. Is your open house wide open?

We recently interviewed Lisa Chan whose husband, Francis, is the pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California. Friends, Lisa is the real deal, as you'll hear in our interview. I learned a lot from her, about hospitality and giving. I hope you will too. Listen in.

Stay tuned for an upcoming interview with Lisa on her role as a pastor's wife.


Colleen G.,  March 5, 2009 at 11:32 PM  

Thank you, Lisa for your transparency and honesty to be hospitable. What an encouragement! We do the "small house" thing with 7 kids and 2 1/2 bedrooms. Thank the Lord our common area (kitchen, dining and living room) are large so we don't feel we're on top of each other. I've found another opportunity to be hospitable is with "only" children: they love the hustle and bustle of our's like experiencing another culture. We've also tried to be hospitable with our church family at church as most people are really overwhelmed to try to invite our tribe over. So we visit over tea or coffee, do dishes after potluck, sweep after kids club...we try to do normal home activities wherever we are and do them side by side with other folks than our family. Anyway, thanks again!

Lisa @ The Preacher's Wife March 6, 2009 at 8:37 PM  

Hey girls!

Just found your blog today and absolutely love it! Excellent ministry you have going on here.

I just finished Francis' book last week - good, radical stuff. I say really shouldn't be, should it? Lisa, I love your heart and your family's willingness to spend yourselves to see God's Kingdom come.

Elyssa January 20, 2010 at 9:02 PM  

Hi! I would so love to hear the interview with Lisa Chan, but it will not play on my you know if this post is still working? If you have any helpful hints I'd love to hear -
Thank you!!

Jhon smith September 24, 2010 at 5:40 AM  

commendable post. thanks for sharing. i like the interview.

Bhima shankar September 24, 2010 at 5:41 AM  

i like the way you are approaches to your life. thanks for sharing this with your blog.

Unknown May 24, 2012 at 7:50 PM  

Thanks so much for sharing this! I love to hear women who are more mature than I am and love God and are so close to God, as Lisa clearly is! :) And she has so much joy from God and lives in such a free way!

Sweetest Mango August 29, 2012 at 2:30 AM  

thanks for the sharing...a really good example for us to learn how to obey God's calling and willing to share the resources that we have and even put it into practice with our daily life...i hope i'll be willing to do these for God one day....

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