Week 10: Relationships In The Church

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: Political affiliations. Doctrinal distinctions. Socio-economic backgrounds. Denominational walls. These are all things that can unite – and often divide - fellow believers. But are these the types of things we should focus on? Today, we are going to look at the one thing that can unite all believers and promote healthy relationships one with another.

Week 9: All Things Relational (series continued)

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: Paul tells us, “see to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy.” In our culture there is a very influencing spirit of competition. Who has the better job? Who has the better kids? Whose sunset looks better on Instagram? It’s all around us. We are slaves to a constant and endless cycle of comparison and competition. But why? What are we trying to prove? And to who? And ultimately, for what?

Week 8: Circles

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: Left to our own, we naturally drift… and the drift always begins from within… Is there a way to keep from drifting? Yes, but it may not be what you think.

Week 7: Conflict

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: Even the most blessed of peacemakers have conflicts. Conflicts are inevitable. What's important is that we deal with conflicts in a godly manner.

Week 6: "Serving Others - It's not about me"

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: This morning, we'll examine how as Christ-followers, we are instructed to "consider others better than ourselves." We can live this out by adopting the attitude of a servant in all of our relationships. True fulfillment in life comes not from serving our own desires, but from serving the needs of others.

Week 5: Eyes on the Road

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: People who were not like Jesus liked Jesus, and he liked them back. Since the church is the body of Christ, people should be drawn to Jesus followers. Even it they don't agree with the message of the church, they should like the church. So, why isn't that true?

Week 4: The Four Phases of Parenting

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: Life is full of phases, so too is parenting. Today we will be looking at different phases of parenting from the nursing/nurturing phase to the friendship phase. No matter what phase you are in, the ultimate role model for parenting is still our heavenly Father. 

 

 

 

Week 3: All Things Relational (Series continued)

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: Ecc. 4:9-10 says, "Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up." There's nothing like a great friend! But true friendship can be hard to come by. Is it really worth the effort? Why do we need friends anyway? What does God have to say about friendship?

Week 2: Confession

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Today: They say that confession is good for the soul… but is it enough just to confess it to God? Or is there more to it than that…

Week 1: Common Cause...

Series: If you want to grow spiritually, commitment isn’t enough. You must be connected. That’s what relationships are all about. It’s all relational…

Week 1: When it comes to family, the only thing we all have in common is conflict. Family conflict is like no other because when you win an argument in your family, you don't really win anything. The conflict is never fully resolved. What if there was a way to resolve family conflict by dealing with it at it source?