God has called us to be light and salt. It is not sufficient to simply have a biblical worldview and not be a transforming agent in the world around us. The area will challenge you and encourage you to do through small group studies and a growing network of engagement content.
Warning: This will not be easy.
Love your neighbor: Isn’t this just a general command?
“a steadfast, sacrificial zeal that seeks the true
Isn’t this more philosophical than literal?
good of the one who lives near you”
Neighbor: ‘plesion’ ~ “one who lives near”
Why do we want this to mean
one who lives far?
“It is easier to be enthusiastic about Humanity
with a capital ‘H’ than it is to love individual
men and women, especially those who are
uninteresting, exasperating, depraved, or
otherwise unattractive. Loving everybody in
general may be an excuse for loving nobody in
particular.” -C.S. Lewis
Is the Great Commission was to be primarily fulfilled
one neighbor at a time?
Has God entrusted the primary work of the Kingdom
to the common, every-day Christian?
In the Engagement Project, Dr. Tackett answers two important questions,
Why did Jesus leave?
Why does God send?
The answers to these questions may turn your world right-side up.