Chris and Elizabeth McKinney
Many of us don’t know our neighbors. If we do know them, we aren’t sure how to grow the relationship or talk about our faith with them. The purpose of this study is to provide a theologically rich framework for neighboring that helps people live missionally where God has placed them.
We seek to provide a sustainable vision for the “low and slow” lifestyle of neighboring and supply practical tools that help people invest in their communities, value each step in the process, and build meaningful, gospel-motivated relationships with their fellow image-bearers right next door.
Each of the six lessons is followed by a discussion guide with the purpose of the discussion, a chapter refresher, discussion questions and a neighboring prayer for the week.
Each of the six lessons is followed by a discussion guide which includes: the purpose of the discussion, a chapter refresher, discussion questions, occasionally a suggested assignment, and a neighboring prayer for the week. See below for samples pages from our discussion guides.