It's easy when you know who your friends and enemies are. You're nice to your friends and try to stay away from your enemies - dead simple. It's only when things start to go wrong that you begin to struggle with how to treat people who hurt you. 'An eye for an eye' or 'Love your enemies'? 'Eye for an eye' is easier, and you can stick to the way you've always viewed the world. But what does Jesus teaching 'Love your neighbour' mean in real life? Deals with real-life issues such as bullying, justice and fairness in a way that will encourage the 11-14 year old reader to examine their own response.