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Being a Good Global Neighbor - May 21, 2017 - Pastor Donald

 
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What does it mean to be a good global neighbor? What does it mean to have "open hearts, open minds, and open doors" during a time when so many are often saying, "Close your hearts, minds, and doors"? What does it mean to welcome the stranger, to welcome and treat "foreigners" as though they were native-born? Especially mindful that all of us were once foreigners in a land we could not claim as our own and were all inheritors of a salvation story we didn't deserve to be a part of, how should this change the way we treat the stranger or foreigner in our land?