Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Home exchange for Christian

Are you willing to offer your house for somebody you do not know but only one thing the person who will visit you and stay at your house is Christian? Home exchange for Christians are a good way to help those Christian people make their vacation become affordable. Sometimes clergy, pastors, lay ministers do not have enough money to pay for extra payment for a fancy hotels. But if we know how to help and offer our service to them this would enhance a good rapport to each other.
The church encourage us to help and serve one another. It would be fun to help somebody in their time of needs when they are far from their family itself. Sharing is what God had taught us loving is the covenant He says we have to share. When I know  this Christian home exchange I was impressed and amazed. I have never  thought about this but in my native country it is part of our culture that we invited people to stay in our homes and share the food with them. What is very exciting is that after the days are done we become closer and we promised to pray to each other and that is what life is. Visit the website and you will be excited to learn that people are doing it for others so why not doing it too. God is good!!


don said...

This is a fine idea and one pastors and lay workers would really appreciate and it might enable them to visit whereas otherwise there would be no vacation.
My church provides a staff to baby sit the children of pastors, wives and other lay workers when they are attending a pastor's conference to refresh, share with other pastors who may be in smaller churches which can get lonely and discouraging when finances are low.
The church also provides this group with breakfast, lunch and dinner during the conference.

Matteo Taffuri said...

Grazie Kim for your visit!
Monks still living here.
have a nice day

bobbybegood1 said...

That is a wonderful idea. I believe we are put here to uplift, hold each other up, share. If I had the space, I would think about doing something like that. Kim what is your email address? I have a question to ask you. Cheers!!

Christina Klas said...

Oh I love the thought of this. I think that would be so fantastic! I just don't know if I am trusting enough.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, home exchange for Christians is a grand idea. We will be able to meet and help our fellow Christians who will visit our country. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

Anonymous said...

That really need to be appreciated and encouraged across seas. Never heard about this practice before and inviting someone to home is a pleasure and sharing is indeed life.

Brian from HomeExchange50plus said...

Home Exchange is a great way to holiday and more and more of us are doing it, from all different ages, walks of life and faith groups. It may not suit everyone but it is said if you try it once you will do it again and I agree with that.

We offer three types, the normal swap at the same time, a Non-simultaneous Exchange when you swap
at different dates and Hospitality Exchange which is when you stay with your swap partner and then they reciprocate later.

Have a look at some Home Exchange websites and see what is on offer. Some sites are good, some not so, some are free and some charge, although I think too much at times.

Some exchangers also sign up with more than one website, which I also recommend.

If you have any questions please have a look at our Q&A page which may help you with some of them.

However you vacation, enjoy your travels.

Brian Luckhurst from Home Exchange 50plus

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