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Like Your Neighbor?

Paperback|Mar 2005
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The Bible tells us that we are to love our neighbours as ourselves - but do we like our neighbours? Occasionally Christians get so caught up in the important task of evangelism that we forget to simply enjoy the seekers...


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The Bible tells us that we are to love our neighbours as ourselves - but do we like our neighbours? Occasionally Christians get so caught up in the important task of evangelism that we forget to simply enjoy the seekers who are part of our lives. Non-Christians can be great dinner companions, exercising buddies or book discussion group members.

Sometimes we can show God's love by offering service to others. But other times we get so caught up in serving that we fail to allow ourselves to be served. The woman who cuts your hair might also have some great ideas on parenting teenagers. The car mechanic down the street might be willing to give you a hand with your own car.

With this book Stephen Sorenson puts forth a radical idea: it might just be that it is the seekers who have something to offer us. And as we receive and as we offer God's love, we may find out that non-Christians are more like us than we realise.
- Publisher.

Voted "Best Personal Evangelism Resource Winner" in the Third Annual Year's Best Outreach Resources for 2005 The Bible tells us that we are to love our neighbors as ourselves--but do we like our neighbors? Do we take the time to build relationships with people who are not Christians? This book is about sharing your faith--and much more. You'll discover the importance of breaking down stereotypes between Christians and non-Christians. And you'll find ways to connect with non-Christians through sharing meals, exercising together, helping each other with projects and dozens of other ideas. Your relationships can have eternal impact and enrich your life too!With this book Stephen W. Sorenson puts forth a radical idea: seekers have something to offer us. As we receive and as we offer God's love, we may discover that non-Christians are more like us than we realize.
-Publisher

Sorenson contends that Christians sometimes get so caught up in the important task of evangelism that they miss out on the valuable gifts that non-Christian seekers have to offer.
-Publisher

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Stephen Sorenson

Stephen and Amanda Sorenson are founders of Sorenson Communications and have co-written many small group curriculum guidebooks, including the entire Faith Lessons series.

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