Love your neighbor…even when you don’t want to

Our previous series was about intentionally getting to know our neighbors and building relationships with the people closest (literally) to us. But what if you don’t want to? It seems like more than ever we can find reasons not to get to know our neighbors, and we’re all divided over many things. But the Bible is clear–love your neighbors, and even your enemy.

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The Art of Neighboring, Week 4

Our series on reaching our neighbors continues by talking about the need to be vulnerable to have real friendships. Jake and Becca Taylor also share their experience of intentionally getting to know their neighbors, and the impact it had.

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During our series The Art of Neighboring, much of the conversation around the nation has been about race and anti-racism. We take a week during this series to have a conversation with Pastor Kel from Chosen Generation Christian Church about racism and how Christians should be a part of the conversation and movement to make sure all people are seen as imago dei–the image of God.

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The Art of Neighboring, Week 3

To be a good neighbor, we’ve learned we need time. But even if we carve out the time, another big obstacle is fear–what if my neighbors don’t want to talk to me? Or think I’m crazy? The life of Christ shows us another great example of being a good neighbor.

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Staying home because of COVID-19 has impacted us all in a variety of different ways, including the exposure of unresolved conflict. What does scripture say about conflict, and how best to approach it?

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