Nan McCullough and her late husband Sam loved to have people in their home. They both graduated from Houghton College. She has done graduate work in Evangelism and Discipleship at Capitol Bible Seminary and Columbia International University.
After college they both came on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ where they have practiced hospitality with almost everyone they have met. Sam worked along side Nan making heavenly hospitality a vital part of his life too. Hospitality is not just a “woman’s thing”. Hospitality was a requirement for men in the early church. They could not even be elders unless they had the reputation for it.
After 11 years working on college campuses in the northeast they moved in 1979 to the Christian Embassy in Washington, D.C. where they served for many years. Sam had a ministry with Congressmen and their top advisors. Nan led The Congressional Wives Bible Study from 1990-1998. Now she enjoys a ministry of evangelism and discipleship with women leaders. Presently she is the “Women’s Speaker at Large” for the Christian Embassy, speaking to wives of Governors, Congressmen, Ambassadors, and Generals.
She is a mother of three wonderful grown children and grandmother.
Day 1 of 1: You love your neighbor when you express hospitality to friends and strangers. Nan McCullough, Amy Lively, and Sara Hagerty share very practical ways y
Day 1 of 3: Perhaps evangelism is as easy as inviting your neighbor over for coffee.
Day 2 of 3: Is the idea of evangelism intimidating to you?