The world has been in the pandemic stage of globalization, that people are more aware of universal challenges. In which learning is much more than reading and writing. Instead, living wisdom in other communities can enrich our global sense in developing our life aspirations. Overseas study tours to developed countries seem a standard learning activity a local school should organize. Yet, an inspiring question: “Who are our neighbors?” reminds me that such kind of visit can only let students know one side of the world. The other side is the challenge Jesus had given us when He was asked for the way of inheriting eternal life. “To love your neighbor as yourself.” He challenged us on one of the expressions of our sinful nature – apathy. “The godly care about the rights of the poor; the wicked don’t care at all. – Proverbs 29:7” Sin turns our concern for others to selfishness. Study tours to visit developed countries can help students to see the bright side of urban development in the human plan, but the mission and service trips to serve developing countries can help students to see the bright side of human development in God’s plan.