previous sermon series - the neighbors
When Jesus told the Parable of the Good Samaritan, He taught us about value. To love our neighbors is to value them, to find their significance even though the world may dismiss them. We should and we can love our neighbors. As we explore this overarching idea, these lessons will guide us. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Won’t You be my neighbor
Our relationships with each other matter. Scripture has been clear and there is no debate. We must love one another, we must value one another. We must put the needs of others before we address our own needs. That selfless, unconditional love should be a trademark of the Church.
We are important to the world around us, to our families, and to God, even if we don’t know it. As we explore the impact of Rahab, Ruth, and Esther, we see how impactful our love for one another can be across generations.
Love is Loud
Our love for our neighbors can make a difference to the world around us. They can see, by our good deeds, the One we serve and the need to follow Him. May we make our actions speak louder than our words by loving those who are unlovable and welcoming those who are ignored.