Live It: February Challenge

This month’s theme verse:

“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” — John 13:34-35 (ESV)

Are you a Noticer, Builder, or Connector?

Jesus tells us to love one another so that the world will know we are his disciples. But how do we live out those words in our daily lives? Do we know what skills God has given us for loving others at home and at school?

In his practice as a licensed clinical social worker, Danny Huerta has found that our ways of showing God’s love falls into three categories: Noticer, Builder, and Connector.

speech bubble saying take the quizTake the Noticer-Builder-Connector Quiz!

Which one are you? Take the quiz to find out and share your results on Facebook and Instagram. Discover the skills God has given you and use them to love others! 

More For Students

THE FOUR KINDS OF LOVE

C. S. Lewis, author of “The Chronicles of Narnia” series, looks at the four Greek words for love used in the New Testament in his book The Four Loves. Let’s tag along with him to see what we can learn…

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More For Parents

DO YOUR KIDS KNOW YOU LOVE THEM?

Appreciating a masterpiece requires first recognizing its value and then taking time to admire and enjoy it. Imagine your relationship with your kids if you made the effort to observe, admire and enjoy them — they are masterpieces created by God.

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LOVE AS A LIFESTYLE

Francis Chan and his family’s lifestyle is definitely counter-cultural – it’s a reaction to love. God’s love for them. And their love for other people. As Pastor Chan notes, “God has put us on this earth not to be comfortable, but to love and minister to other people.”

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LISTEN: LEAVING A LEGACY OF LOVE

Popular speaker and author Bill Butterworth offers biblically-based encouragement for how you can leave a legacy of love for your family.

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More For Kids

LOVING SIBLINGS EVEN WHEN THINGS ARE UNFAIR

At some point, life at your house will probably seem unfair. Those feelings can lead to jealousy or anger – but only if you let them. Take a look at how brothers and sisters in the Bible respond to “unfair” situations.

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