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"Love your neighbor as yourself." Jesus said this is the second greatest commandment, second only to loving God.

But who is my neighbor? And how do I love my neighbor, especially as myself?

A large part of loving our neighbors requires making them feel loved. We must reach out and lift up through practical acts of kindness and supernatural acts of prayer.



FOSTER FRIENDSHIPS, NURTURE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
In a time when so many people shut their garage doors behind them and rarely say hello, having a network of nearby friends is more comforting than ever. [more]

SAY IT RIGHT
God's love was given to you and me so that, in part, we may be able to share it with others. When we don't live the Christian life, the translation becomes confused and the world gets the wrong idea. [more]

WHAT IS YOUR CONNECTION CAPACITY?
What is your capacity and sensitivity to connecting with people outside the walls of your church? How could you more effectively impact the others within your circle of influence? [more]

A NEW BEGINNING
I stood at my front window and watched as a funeral limousine pulled up across the street. The widow and some of her relatives got in and were driven away to a private funeral service. I wiped away a tear ó not because I would miss the man (I had never even talked to him) ó but because of the regrets I felt. I didnít know if he knew the Lord or not. Come to think about it, Iím not sure if he knew I was a Christian. [more]


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