Are You a Good Neighbor?

An online course to help you know and love people who are poor in your community.

Are You a Good Neighbor?
BELIEFS Ministry of Reconciliation

Transform your heart and change your daily habits

SECTORS Orphan Vulnerable Children

Build personal relationships with people in poverty

SECTORS Under Resourced Churches

Take practical action to improve your ministry

Become a friend to people who are poor in your community.

Become a friend to people who are poor in your community.

Poverty isn’t about a lack of stuff—it’s the result of broken relationships. By walking alongside people who are poor, we can all experience the healing power of Jesus in our broken relationships.

But what if you don't know anyone who is poor?

As society grows increasingly divided along socioeconomic lines, it’s easy to find yourself living, working, and worshipping with people just like you.

This online course is designed to help you take the first steps toward building personal relationships with people in poverty.

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Meet your guides

You'll learn from the best in our online courses! You'll hear from:

  • Poverty experts
  • Pastors from churches big and small
  • Church and ministry leaders just like you!

We've learned what works, and what doesn't-and we want to share that knowledge so you can help people in biblical, effective ways.

Brian Fikkert
Steve Corbett
Jerilyn Sanders
Randy Nabors
Maurice Lattimore
Marlo Fox
Kelly M. Kapic
Suzanne Burns
Michael Rhodes
John Mark Bowers
Matt Seadore
Robbie Holt

Our online training is trusted by 700+ churches and ministries:

STCH Minstries
Crossroads Prison Ministry
Prison Fellowship
Food for the Hungry Canada
Unite Greater Dallas
Watermark Community Church
Grace DC