A lot of people have misconceptions about what hospitality means. They may think that it only includes being hospitable to strangers or guests in your home, but that is not the case at all. Hospitality starts with the people in your home. Especially your husband. Make sure he knows he’s loved and cared for every day before we can start caring for anyone else. This blog post will detail 12 ways to show loving hospitality to your husband!
How do you show hospitality to your husband? When a person is being hospitable, they are showing kindness and courtesy to guests. Hospitality is more than just providing food and shelter; it includes kindness, generosity, and respect which should be given unconditionally to all guests including husbands!
12 ways to show loving hospitality to your husband are:
- Be attentive to his needs. This includes both emotional and physical needs.
- Make time for him. Dedicate time each day just for him, without distractions.
- Listen to him. Really listen, not just waiting for your turn to talk.
- Respect his opinion even if you don’t agree with it.
- Don’t criticize him.
- Give him compliments. Tell him what you love and appreciate about him.
- Do things together, such as go for walks, watch TV, or play games.
- Be supportive of him and his dreams, goals, and aspirations.
- Help out with household tasks so he can relax more.
- Praise him in front of others. Everyone likes to be recognized for their accomplishments!
- Give your husband little gifts or cards just because you want to let him know that he Is loved and appreciated. These can also include service-based tasks such as washing the dishes after dinner so he doesn’t have too much on his plate when he comes home.
- Respect your husband and his ability to lead. He is the head of the home, so honor him as such!
Questions to consider for ways to show loving hospitality to your husband
How have you shown hospitality towards your husband?
Showing hospitality towards your husband is a way of telling him that he is important to you and that you love him. It’s the little things done with thought and intention that mean the most. So be sure to put effort into these 12 ways so your husband can feel loved, appreciated, and valued!
Hospitality is a lifestyle and not a one-time event or a production. Start with your husband and move out from there. When your husband is known and loved, it will be a team effort from that point forward.
Here is an article I wrote on ways to be known for hospitality that you might enjoy reading as well.