Who Is My Neighbor?


God invites us to love, stand up for, and kneel down in humility to serve others in our lives. And that call challenges us to step out of tight-knit circles of loved ones and out of our comfortable routines to see life through the lens of the kingdom.

Does this mean God wants you or me to serve in a homeless shelter or soup kitchen (as often comes to mind for me when I hear the word service)? Perhaps. But also the answer may be no or not now. God may have other avenues of service in mind: ways to love, sacrifice, extend compassion, and minister that are incorporated into our everyday, normal lives. In other words, service may not be so much about clearing off a space on the calendar as it is clearing out an open, welcoming space in our hearts.

In this Kyria download, join us as we invite God to speak into our lives and challenge us: to give us a new perspective on service and how God desires to work in and through us for his kingdom. I’m both convicted and inspired by the insights from these authors and the true and trustworthy call from Scripture. My hope is that you, too, will be challenged by God’s call to serve a world in need.

A collection of Bible-based articles and resources to use for yourself or with a group of other women.
Am I My Brother’s Keeper?
by Kelli B. Trujillo

Leader’s Guide
How to use “Who Is My Neighbor?” for a group study.

Love that Heals
Who is my neighbor?
by Amber Robinson

Hunger Has a Profile
Working at my local food pantry helped me personalize the statistics.
by Cindy Crosby

Unfailing Compassions
The truth behind God’s compassions and offering my own
by LaTonya Taylor

Your Kingdom Come
The kingdom of heaven isn’t just a destination—it’s a movement.
by Keri Wyatt Kent

Small Is the Call
The really good news about the adventure of Christian service
by Margot Starbuck

Additional Resources
Books, articles, Bible studies, and online resources to help you further

Total number of pages - 42 pages

Format: PDF


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