I spent a good portion of last weekend cooking for company. The thought, time, and care I put into Saturday’s meal was no different from Sunday’s meal. And why would it have been? Some might consider Saturday’s “company” less deserving. The young men at our table at lunch that day were spending time doing yard work for us to compensate for vandalizing our car a while back (they had the bad luck of getting caught by the police, but that’s another story). We didn’t know then from Adam. Our Sunday dinner guests were out-of-town visitors who stayed to eat after worship service. We didn’t know some of them from Adam either. The objective in both cases was to get to know each other, enjoy a good meal together, show Christian hospitality and hopefully have a positive impact.