Hospitality and charity are one of the greatest virtues. And Jason Klem has them.
Last year, I spent several days in Philadelphia. Jason Klem, who was an architecture student at PhilaU at that time, gave me a place to sleep. How cool!
I called him up today and asked, "can I crash on your floor on Thursday night?"
I hadn't talked to him in a year, although I saw his dad a few months ago (a professor of theology in Virginia). Jason is now graduated and working as an architect.
Jason didn't even hesitate. "Sure man. Just let me know."
God is good. Of all the crazy things that have gone on in my life over the last two months, the easiest of all came when I asked a guy to put me up in his home. Generosity lives.