Jesus didn’t teach hate. He washed feet. That image tells us a lot about what it means to be a good neighbor.
A collection of the 12 foot washing images photographed for our He Gets Us “Love Your Neighbor” advertising campaign.
Jesus washed his disciples’ feet to show us how to love our neighbors.
On a journey from city to city, Jesus took an unlikely path through a place most would have avoided, and he had a conversation there that made it very clear where his priorities lay.
Jesus said to love our neighbors, but who qualifies as a neighbor?
I’m sorry, I forgive you, I love you—saying some of these might feel like speaking a second language. Why did Jesus say they were important?
We’ve seen the perfectly pristine nativity scenes on a shelf, but was the first Christmas as perfect as we make it out to be?
Flip cards with friends and listen to each other answer the kinds of questions Jesus might’ve asked, and complete challenges together that reflect his life lived fully and selflessly.
As we read about Jesus, we cannot help but appreciate how often he made room for the outcast, the despised, and those people that most of society deemed “weird.”