Hospitality, like most words, has many definitions. Random House dictionary defines it this way:
- the friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers
- the quality or disposition of receiving and treating guests or strangers in a warm, friendly, generous way
That works for me - at least for starters. I think hospitality is also a spiritual gift (Romans 12:9-13). In this context, hospitality is the capacity to be kind to strangers. Some people just exude hospitality as second nature - but it's really "supernatural". On the other hand, 1 Peter 4:8-10 encourages all believers to practice hospitable acts.
Let's say that hospitality starts in your heart. How are you going to be "hospitable" today?