We are all called to be good neighbours.
Where does my life fit into the great and grand story of God’s Mission? This is especially true as all of our lives have been altered during this COVID-19 crisis. What would it look like if God’s mission was the starting point of your life? What does it look like as we diligently practice AHS Guidelines to protect ourselves and others? Physical distancing does not mean social isolation. We do not have to journey alone.
This is my commandment: that you love one another as I have loved you.
Love the Lord you God… Love your neighbour as yourself… There are no other greater commandments greater than these.
…we are Christ’s ambassadors.
2 Corinthians 5:20
Right now, we don’t need churches to create a bunch of of new programs. What we need is for people who attend the churches to simply be good neighbours and to do it in a careful and thoughtful manner.
Karen Gieseker | University of Denver Infectious Disease Epidemiologist
THE ART OF NEIGHBOURING
A fantastic resource created by Jay Pathak & Dave Runyon, where they outline how neighbouring does not need to be programmed or complicated. Write a note, send an email, start a virtual neighbourhood group, leave a thoughtful card, pray, be kind, and be present. Here are some tools to help you as we look to Jesus and be the church in this uncertain time.
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