The Most Terrible Poverty

Imagine one of your neighbors allowed their grass to grow incredibly long and that they did nothing to care for their home, or storing broken cars in their driveway. Imagine that you often hear them fighting, as they make a lot of noise. How might you feel if this was your situation? How do you think you might respond?

In the 4th chapter of our current study "Faith in Action", James asks the question, "Who are you to judge your neighbor?" He has a great deal to say concerning judgment and our perspective on life. On a similar note, Mother Teresa once said, “If you judge people, you have no time to love them. The most terrible poverty is loneliness and the feeling of being unloved.” Join us this Sunday at 5pm, as we consider the subject of judging others and our call to love those who are difficult.