Book SynopsisWinner of the Best Book Awards and 1st Place Winner of the Selah Awards for Christian Life! Prepare your heart and home to serve not only family and friends, but neighbors and strangers too! Make any space a haven of discipleship, connection, and comfort. As Christians, we sometimes forget the power of an open door to a lost world. Using our homes to live out our faith in the true model of the Great Commission is challenging in our busy, over-scheduled lives. But having a home that is always open and available is key to living in community with others and being missional in our thinking. In this beautiful and inspiring book, wife, mom, and interior design enthusiast Victoria Duerstock offers simple and inspiring ways to prepare our hearts and homes to be open to friends, neighbors, and strangers. You don't need an immaculate or professionally decorated home to be hospitable. In fact, there is beauty in being honest with others about our lived-in spaces, and great value in being humble enough to live life together in the midst of imperfection. But it'll be a blessing to you and to your guests to create a space that reflects the beauty, peace, and joy of life in Christ. Whether you have a tiny apartment or a big old farmhouse, you can learn how to:
About the AuthorVictoria Duerstock has worn many hats in the interior design industry over the last twenty years, including assisting with home and condo design, serving virtually as executive assistant in one of the largest furniture stores in the country, and being involved, along with her husband, in the wholesale side of product design, development, and sales. She enjoys ministering to other women in her church and is also a blogger, speaker, and social media consultant. Her other books include Heart & Home: Design Basics for Your Soul & Living Space, Heart & Home for Christmas: Celebrating Joy in your Living Space, and Advent Devotions & Christmas Crafts for Families. She's mother to three nearly grown children and lives with her husband in Nesbit, Mississippi.