It’s an election year. Things in our country seem more divided than ever, the world is more diverse than ever, and on top of that, we’re in the midst of a global pandemic. For many, it feels like this is a time of unprecedented obstacles, differences, and opinions.
In a world where it’s easy to see the differences between us, we have a unique opportunity to look beyond those differences to help a hurting world see the heart and way of Jesus with fresh eyes. Now more than ever is the time for us to become agents of change, demonstrating the hope of Jesus while getting to know others in a powerful way.
Not Like Me will encourage all of us — women and men, democrats and republicans, church leaders and lay people from every background— to learn how to move beyond ethnic, racial, cultural, religious, and ideological barriers toward genuine friendship with others that can lead to personal and community transformation as a powerful expression of the Kingdom of God.