By E.S. Kempson Hospitality is not what it used to be. Because of COVID the hospitality industry has suffered, meeting friends or family is discouraged or forbidden, and even corporate prayer and worship have been curtailed. It’s difficult to find anyone who doesn’t long for the joy of hospitality. This longing – for a good […]
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The online portal for Partners in Welcome will launch next week.
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