Our good friends from the gospel movement in Colorado Springs, Colorado notified us of this creative way to love our neighbors. We couldn’t help but share this great idea with gospel movements everywhere.
Kevin and Lydia Andrews stepped out to love their neighbors by hosting a weekend morning pancake breakfast on their front porch. This simple–and delicious–rhythm has created a casual and safe space for neighbors to get to know one another. The Andrews are now enjoying meaningful conversation with their neighbors because of connections made at “Pancakes on the Porch.”
The initial step of faith can be scary, but the worst that can happen is “you have a bunch of extra pancakes you freeze.”
Watch their story below and learn how you can host your own “Pancakes on the Porch.”
“Pancakes are an excuse to build relationships with people.”
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