As we focus this week on being a good neighbor, you may be thinking, you don't know MY neighbor. It may be that your neighbor is hard to love and you'd rather keep your distance, but Jesus calls you to love them. What would that look like? Ray Pritchard from Keep Believing Ministries will chart out a path of action that moves us toward relationship instead of avoidance.
What are some ways that we can intentionally show that grocery store clerk, a cubicle mate, or the woman across the street that we care? What does it look like to love our actual neighbors, those we interact with down the block and in our community? Monday we visit with Alex Kuykendall who unpack some of her 7 practices that will show the people right in front of us that we treasure them. Join the conversation all this week as we explore ways to love and bless our neighbors on Ken and Deb in the Morning.
Dr. Ray Pritchard (D.Min., Talbot School of Theology) serves as president of Keep Believing Ministries. He has ministered extensively overseas in China, Bolivia, Columbia, Paraguay, Belize, Haiti, Nigeria, Switzerland, Russia, India and Nepal. He is a frequent conference speaker and guest on Christian radio and television talk shows. For 26 years he pastored churches in Los Angeles, Dallas and Chicago.
Alexandra Kuykendall is the author of Loving My Actual Life and The Artist's Daughter, and the cohost The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast. A popular writer and speaker for moms around the country, she is a regular contributor to MOPS International's blog, conference, and curriculum. Alexandra has been featured on Good Morning America and Focus on the Family's daily broadcast. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband, Derek, and their four daughters.