Who is someone in your community you don’t know well? Do you value everyone in your community as equal? How does the love of God change how you view other people? This week we are going to reflect on how God loves us and what our relationships with other should look like in light of that. Here’s how to get started:

1. Read this week’s challenge – including John 8.1-11 and a story about a group of Armenian youth who are showing love to the disabled children and the elderly people in their community.

2. Think about someone in your community whom you wouldn’t normally connect with, then find a way to learn their story and get to know them!

3. Create an action on the global sharing platform to share with others about your experience getting to know and serve someone new.

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