Neighboring is so... Ordinary

In today's episode, we discuss what it looks like to embrace the ordinariness of neighboring. Recounting Tim Downs' "Parable of the Soil" in his book Finding Common Ground, we explore the difference between only caring about seeing "results" with what it looks like to value the ordinary acts of love in our neighborhoods. This flows into a conversation about the difference between having ultimate versus ulterior motives with our neighbors.


Order your copy of Placed for a Purpose: A Simple and Sustainable Vision for Loving Your Next-Door Neighbor

Buy Tim Downs' book, Finding Common Ground: How to Communicate with those Outside the Christian Community...While We Still Can

Read The Imperfect Pastor: Discovering Joy in Our Limitations Through a Daily Apprenticeship with Jesus by Zack Eswine

Grab a copy of To Transform a City: Whole Church, Whole Gospel, Whole City by Eric Swanson and Sam Williams

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