Contributed on Apr 30, 2009
How Christ’s friendship with His followers exemplifies the traits necessary to navigate our relationships through tough times.
We begin a new series today on relationships. Every human being is created in God’s image and is therefore a relational being. Since we’re relational beings, if we have any hope of joy and peace and happiness in life we need to know how to “do” relationships. The majority of good ...read more
Contributed on May 8, 2009
A legacy to leave with the next generation that will produce joy in them and us.
We’re in the series Recession-Proof Relationships and since today is Mother’s Day we’re going to talk about Leaving a Legacy by training the next generation. Moms are great examples of this topic. They can be great teachers! Things My Mother Taught Me... My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE ...read more
Contributed on May 21, 2009
Three clear precepts for repairing relationships.
We’re in the series "Recession-Proof Relationships." Today we’re going to consider "Relationship Repair -Mending the Messes We Make." We all make mistakes in relationships. We all mess up. We mess up in our friendships, we mess up before marriage, during marriage, in parenting, in church ...read more
Contributed on May 29, 2009
Making my relationships last by learning why and how to keep my commitments to others.
A college man walked into a photography store with a framed picture of his girlfriend. He wanted the picture duplicated. This involved removing it from the frame. In doing this, the storeowner noticed the inscription on the back of the photograph: “My dearest Jim, I love you with all my heart. I ...read more