When it involves loving their communities, church buildings can get a foul rap for saying no till they need to say sure. But three a long time as a pastor have made writer Stephen Viars rethink: Their church longs to maneuver into indispensable roles that wrap arms across the total group. Grab concepts to dwell in can’t-miss methods in your personal zipcode.
It’s, “Go love your neighbor where they are right now. Go find a need and then just see how you can meet that need together, wherever they are.” Then, typically, they’re going to ask, “Why do you love me like that?” In reality, we would like our neighbors to continually have cause to ask; “Why did you do that for us?” “Well, because we love you.” — Stephen Viars