Our society is more interconnected than ever, and at the same time more isolated than ever. We have easier, quicker access to others than we’ve ever had, and at the same time have fewer meaningful relationships than any generation ever.
In short, we could use a few good neighbors. Jesus’ teaching on “loving our neighbor as ourselves” is at the very core of what it means to live as his disciple. So how do we do that, exactly? What does it mean to be a good neighbor, who exactly are we called to be a neighbor to, and how do we get started doing that?
This series takes three weeks to explore and put into practice God’s instruction to love our neighbors. Join us on Sundays beginning April 28. Looking for the teachings from this series? Find them here.
If you want to dive deeper into what it looks like to love your neighbor, below are some books we’ve found helpful and influential for our series.