Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 8 – John Goda

Ordinary People. Extraordinary Conversations. If “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “The Parable of the Good Samaritan” collided at an intersection, then the Neighborly Love podcast would be the result. It features casual conversations over coffee in a “virtual coffee shop” that lean into the power of empathy. It’s about feeling heard, valued and understood.Continue reading “Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 8 – John Goda”

Looking for Joy in All the Wrong Places

The happiest people in the world are not those who spend and buy for themselves, but those who spend and give for the good of others. Pursuing happiness in this way, however, is countercultural in a world of buyers, spenders, and savers. Genuine happiness, a.k.a. pure joy, is when happy people give and serve othersContinue reading “Looking for Joy in All the Wrong Places”

Neighborly Love, Launched!

This book reveals the secret thread that forges friendship despite enormous differences in class, temperament, culture, race, sensibility, and personal history. Friendship that is about something. An underlying commonality that builds the most powerful, cohesive team. Our commitment to express neighborly love is only possible AFTER we love God first with all our heart andContinue reading “Neighborly Love, Launched!”

Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 7 – Matt Turk

Ordinary People. Extraordinary Conversations. If “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “The Parable of the Good Samaritan” collided at an intersection, then the Neighborly Love podcast would be the result. It features casual conversations over coffee in a “virtual coffee shop” that lean into the power of empathy. It’s about feeling heard, valued and understood.Continue reading “Neighborly Love Podcast, Episode 7 – Matt Turk”

A World Without Forgiveness

Did you ever pause to think about a world without forgiveness? To forgive is stop feeling angry or resentful toward someone for an offense, flaw or mistake. Such bitterness fuels improper motives, hurtful results and inequity in society. To live unforgivingly is to live unlovingly, for love and anger cannot coexist in a human heart.Continue reading “A World Without Forgiveness”