Sharing a Meal to Share Life

“Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.” – Romans 12:13

“I promise to love you with hospitality, offering myself to you and those we minister to with service and an open heart and home.”

 

This was a line from our wedding vows, based on Romans 12, something we wanted to do and felt God was calling us to do: practice hospitality. Open up our home, share our lives, and make the gospel known through it.

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About Jennifer McConnell

Jason and Jennifer McConnell and their four children live in Franklin, Vermont where they have served in small-town church ministry for the past 13 years. Jason is the Senior Pastor of Franklin United Church and East Franklin Union Church. Jennifer leads worship each Sunday and teaches music four days a week in the public elementary schools in Franklin and nearby Sheldon. She earned a Church Music degree from Moody Bible Institute, where she and Jason met. She enjoys networking with other small-town pastors’ wives.

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