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The Economics of Neighborly Love

“Tom Nelson masterfully holds in tension the beauty of God’s economic design with the realities of economic brokenness in our world.” — Jonathan Rich, The Salvation Army

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Acts of compassion change lives … and the world

God’s justice multiplies when his people love their neighbors the way they love themselves, when they personally act out Jesus’ compassion for the people around them.

We would be surprised to learn the producers of this video are believers, given that it comes from a mobile phone company in Thailand. But you will recognize the Voice that speaks to your heart.

Tony Merida: ‘Love Your Neighbor’ sermon series

Tony Merida, pastor for preaching and vision at Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, N.C., has just concluded a sermon series called “Love Your Neighbor.” The series focused on central aspects of our mission as believers, including issues like mercy and justice ministry, hospitality and evangelism, and adoption and orphan care.

If you have a heart for multiplying justice in your community, you will benefit greatly from these four videos:

Hospitality and the Kingdom of God (Luke 14:12-24)

Mercy Ministry (Luke 10:25-37)

Three Ways to Live (Luke 15:1-2, 11-32)

Our Adoption in Christ (Romans 8:12-17)

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