I've got a challenge for you! Let's talk about Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) and the significance of finding out what people love to do, what they are good at, and what they care about enough to take action.
This week on the podcast, we're joined by Kristopher Swanson for a new Neighboring Tip.
This week’s neighboring tip classic comes to us from Neighboring Movement co-founder Matt Johnson, but he borrowed the tip from his mom, Glenna, so we give her the credit (for a great idea and for a clean neighborhood).
I spend time reflecting on the uncertain and sometimes fearful process of being purified for service to the Lord. The picture painted in Isaiah 6 is not one of victory but one of a willing fear and trembling. May we be willing to do what God is calling us to do.
This week on the podcast, we're joined by newcomer Maddie Johnson. Tune in to learn a bit about her and why she's excited for her new role as the Good Neighbor Experiment coordinator.
In her short time at The Neighboring Movement, Claire Gallegos has had a deep impact and we're sad to see her go, but excited for her to take on the new opportunity she's accepted. New staffing opportunities coming soon.
This weeks tip will help develop your love for your neighborhood. After reading this week’s tip, you may be asking yourself, “How does practicing this experiment help us to become better neighbors?” Check this quick tip to learn the answer.
Coming into the season of pentecost I am struck by how the tongues of fire opened new pathways of understanding for the disciples. In this blog I reflect on what do I need to understand better. What new languages of the heart and mind do I need to be exposed to. and how do I invite others to open themselves up as well.
This week on the podcast, we're joined by world-wide connector Dee Brooks, ABCD Asia Pacific Trainer and Facilitator for the Jeder Institute and ABCD Asia Pacific Network.
This week's tip shows how we can let our neighbors know that we care about them, help us foster relationships with them, and perhaps even help our neighbors remain healthy.