My friend standingfirminChrist said the following in the thread on "Conforming to the World" and I though it worthy of its own discussion. Here I would respectfully disagree. Before I respond though, I would appreciate a more specific Bible reason why we should not bring the lost into our homes for a cuppa tea and a chat. Last Thursday night, as we have every Thanksgiving night for years, we invited our friends saved and lost for a Thanksgiving dessert "tea." In most cases it is just an ice-breaker where our lost friends can meet and get to know our saved friends and church people. However, as I mingled and poured tea and coffee I heard at least two instances where the gospel was being preaced in a very clear way. There is a lady in our church today who was in our home probably hundreds of times before she was saved. We recently saw a teenage girl accept Christ as Saviour after many, many visits in the home of our co-workers. We have served hundreds (thousands?) of cups of tea to lost friends, neighbours, workers, and casual visitors. If I am doing wrong, or sinning in doing this, I would appreciate my brother showing me from the word of God where I err.