Recovering Evangelical food blogger Josh Casper reflects on the lost virtue of hospitality, “After all, eating is the great equalizer. Food is the most basic human need. What better way to enter life with the beloved of God than by feeding them, pulling up another chair and keeping their glasses full?”
Articles by: Josh Harrod Casper
After spending four months with Word Made Flesh in Kolkata, India in 2007, Josh returned to the U.S. to complete his degree in Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi. As a native son to the Deep South, he now lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Hannah. In his spare time, you can find him pulling shots of glorious Stumptown espresso at a local pastry shop and discovering better ways to feed friends in his tiny, yet homey kitchen.
I love the word heirloom. The word is defined as an object or product of great value that has belonged to a family for several generations. It denotes to me a certain quality of humble characteristics. It makes me think about tomatoes. It also makes me think about the relationships that have changed me.Read more ›