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Hospitality can be a blessing to both the host and her guests, but for many women today, it simply doesn't happen. Feelings of inadequacy, unrealistic expectations, fear of failure, lack of time--all conspire to steal the joy that comes from opening one's home and sharing fellowship with others. In The Reluctant Entertainer, Sandy Coughlin relates to people in real ways about real meals that mortals cook, during which real conversations draw people together. Would-be hostesses will discover that true hospitality is not about being perfect, cooking a fancy meal, or spending a lot of money. Rather, it's about an open door and an open heart.

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The Reluctant Entertainer
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The Reluctant Entertainer
July 3rd, 2015
Good book about encouraging you to entertain. Don't worry that your house isn't perfect etc. Just invite a friend or two over. Doesn't have to be a big deal...a clean bathroom, light a couple of candles...cook something easy you done before. Who doesn't like an invitation to dinner ? Keep it casual till you feel more confident. What makes the evening is your company...the warmth of your home and being real, no facade.
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