LOVE GOD LOVE OTHERS
At the heart of being a disciple of Jesus is loving well. This requires us experiencing connection with God, with others and with ourselves. In the life of Christ, we see someone who practiced loving God and loving others unlike anyone else. Jesus was asked by a religious lead, “Of all the commandments, which is the most important?” (Matthew 22:36) Jesus summarized the entire Bible for us,
Love the Lord your God
with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.
This is the first and greatest commandment.
And the second is like it:
Love your neighbor as yourself.
All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.
Begin exploring who he is
through his Word the Bible.
Reading plan for May 17-30
Develop a rhythm to life that sets aside space for God to be with you and you to be with God.
More info coming week of May 17
Join with two other people as you explore what it means to Love God and Love Others.
More info coming week of May 24
SERVE - Choose to put others needs first. How can you serve others in your family, neighborhood, city, etc.?
Service Sunday – May 24
Choose a way to serve your community this week with your family, a roommate or neighbour.
Monday, May 25 – Invest
Choose someone to start investing in through a mentoring relationship.
Tuesday, May 26 – Mercy
Drop a gift card in the mailbox of someone who's finances have suffered from COVID-19.
Wednesday, May 27 – Pray
Choose someone to pray for and message them your prayer for them.
Thursday, May 28 – Listen
Call someone you sense is lonely and have a conversation with them.
Friday, May 29– Encourage
Senior care homes have been under quarantine for months now leaving many seniors without contact with their loved ones. To let them know they are not alone, the Prince George Volunteers for COVID group is asking the community to write letters, draw pictures, etc (be creative!) that will be emailed to participating care homes (they will print them there). Creations can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Most care homes can only print in black and white so pencil drawing are great!)