Ken Baney Janis Baney discuss costs of being a good neighbor

Being a Good Neighbor Takes Time

Ken and Janis Baney
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ABOUT THE INTERVIEWEE: Ken and Janis Baney participated in a neighboring campaign organized by Building Blocks, a joint church initiative that encourages and challenges Christ followers to know, and
 even love, their literal neighbors.




DISCUSSION TOPIC:

How much do you prioritize interactions with your neighbors? What are the associated costs?


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2 Responses to “Being a Good Neighbor Takes Time”

  1. karl wheeler says:

    i admit, this is one of the hardest things for me. i am strangely shy and weird about this and i do feel bad about it. i like people, but also for some reason people just scare me. i just dont know why i am scared?
    btw, that is such a cool back drop on the lemonade, and it the hand a professional hand model, it was such a sexy hand!

    • Craig says:

      I don’t remember whose hand that was, but whoever it was I should pay them a LOT of money. Such a masculinely sexy hand.
      Are you scared of people you live with too? (inside joke – my wife and I used to live with the wheelers)

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