Good Neighbor Experiment: Lab 1, The Ingredients of Neighboring

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Good Neighbor Experiment: Lab 1, The Ingredients of Neighboring

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What if loving our actual neighbor could change the world? The Good Neighbor Experiment (GNE) is curriculum designed for churches who want to become better neighbors. With GNE participants move from scarcity to abundance, from program to relationship, from needs to assets, and from fear to love. Be prepared to be transformed!

Lab 1 of the GNE introduces the key ingredients to good neighboring.

1. Abundance: Neighbors view the world with abundance over scarcity. The markers of abundance are hope, optimism, contentment. Seeing the good in people and events is a conscious skillset.

2. Relationship: Neighbors value meaningful relationships knowing that community is essential for health and happiness. 

3: Joy: Neighbors radiate joy! They intentionally cultivate joy which is bigger than happiness. They have a positive outlook on life and are joyful even in the midst of suffering.

This study is great for Sunday School classes, small groups, or other adult studies.  It includes 4-5 page PDF for participants to read at home and a leaders guide full of activities and discussion questions for the group. You also get access to videos and support from the Neighboring Movement team.

 

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