Your Kitchen Table
Is One of the Best
Ministry Tools You Have.

Amy Hannon’s bestseller Gather & Give
is available here and at your favorite booksellers nationwide.

In ECPA bestseller Gather and Give, learn how to embrace the simple hospitality of the Bible that values connection more than perfection and people more than presentation. Inside, author Amy Hannon shares scriptural principles and practical ideas to make everyday hospitality a natural, joy-filled part of your life. You will feel encouraged and equipped to view your home as:

  • a holy wellspring of welcome to offer hope to a weary world;
  • a strategic springboard for ministering to those around you; and
  • the perfect platform for influencing others for Christ.

Amy’s three decades in ministry paired with her love for people and the table will inspire, encourage, and amuse you as she shares biblical insights, real life stories, and recipes that will stir you to gather and to give. Each chapter ends with questions that can be used for individual reflection or group discussion. A hospitality handbook and a short collection of stories that share the impact simple hospitality can make are also included.

Whether setting a full table or serving take-out, discover the delight of sharing God’s heart through everyday hospitality!



Amy Nelson Hannon is the best-selling author of Gather & Give: Sharing God’s Heart Through Everyday Hospitality (November 2022) and Love Welcome Serve: Recipes that Gather & Give (October 2017.) She is the heart and soul of Euna Mae’s – a lifestyle hospitality brand adored by many. Amy has a broad platform that has included owning a one-of-a-kind kitchen boutique, hosting a daily cooking show on Northwest Arkansas’ NBC affiliate, engaging her online community, hosting private dinners, teaching cooking classes, as well as curating culinary travel experiences for guests from coast to coast. 

Her newest cookbook Satisfied: Savories & Sweets that Feed Belly & Soul is available for preorder on and will release in late 2024.

Photo credit: Meredith Brown