There was a time when we knew our neighbors—their names, their stories, their hopes and dreams, their aches and awes. We shared meals with them. We shared our lives with them. We shared a deep commitment to the common good with them.
But in an age of increasing isolation, division, and indifference, that time has largely come and gone. We scarcely know our neighbors. Busy living our own lives, we’ve mostly lost the art of neighboring.
In this timely teaching series, Would You Be Mine, you’ll learn how leave the house and make your neighborhood a home by taking up seven Biblical practices of neighboring.