Healthy Relationships

Resolving Anger

Anger and unforgiveness are a barrier to our relationship with the Lord and others. It is God’s desire that we choose to forgive and love others by faith, regardless of our feelings.

Put Away Anger and Bitterness

Ephesians 4:31 instructs us to “let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamor, and evil speaking, be put away from you.” Maybe you struggle with some of these emotions, feeling you have a right to them because of how you’ve been treated.

But Ephesians goes on to say, “Be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake has forgiven you.” Being kind and forgiving someone is extremely difficult when your feelings aren’t so loving!
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How to Love by Faith

God loves you unconditionally. You are commanded to love others – God, your neighbors, your enemies. You are incapable of loving others in your own strength. You can love others with God’s love. (read more)


Building A Healthy Marriage

Most marriage difficulties are rooted in personal sin. Self-centeredness, competition and irresponsibility can threaten the foundation of any marriage. “Marriage God’s way” includes sacrifice, cooperation and commitment.

Building Harmony in Marriage

Those who proceed into marriage with an individualistic mindset create disharmony in their relationship, and usually end up lonely and unhappy. (read more)

Are you and your spouse not getting along?

The foundation upon which you build your marriage relationship is a mutually agreeable and mutually binding plan. That’s what makes marriage successful. It’s not a “tingle”; it’s a life-time commitment. It’s not competition; it’s cooperation.
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Raising Godly Children

Children too often find themselves in an environment of neglect, or even abuse within their own homes. As they grow up, they are bombarded by the world’s ungodly influence. The strongest impact on our children can be our own character. Modeling godly behavior and a love for the Lord are vital as we provide direction, boundaries, correction, love and encouragement to them.

Parents with Power

Ever wish you could make someone do the right thing? Parents often watch their children make bad decisions and feel powerless to do anything about it. Unfortunately, many just give in and put a “band-aid” on a situation by giving money instead of time, ignoring a situation instead of disciplining, or trying to be their child’s friend instead of their parent. The best way to love your child is to care enough to correct them when they need it. (read more)

Modeling Behavior for Children

How seriously do you take the Bible? If you read something about parent-child relations in the Bible that contradicts something you read in another book, which teaching do you accept as truth? (read more)


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