In the Bible God frequently expresses His love for people who reject Him in return. If you need reminding of God’s love for you, start with these 20 great examples.
There can be many barriers to building relationships. Learn how to find true community by addressing the roots of the problems that distract us from it.
Each day of this devotional series, we will consider key moments in God’s glorious plan to redeem us. We will understand both the overarching story of God and the highlights of all He’s done for us in Christ.
People seem to be hard-wired for relationship. Connecting with others isn’t just a want, it’s a need. But why is that? And why can it be so hard to find relationships that will truly satisfy?
What does it mean when people say God changed their lives? Is God’s love really that powerful?
Change requires risk, which means it also requires courage. It takes motivation to overcome obstacles along the way. Sometimes those obstacles are too much for us to face on our own, but true love can help us find the courage we need to change.
Are you single? Do you ever feel like society offers an imbalanced perspective on singleness? This is often true, but regardless of your relationship status, it’s important to keep a good perspective and be intentional in life. Here are some suggestions on how to do that.
Feeling valuable can influence your emotions, decisions and mental well being, so finding your value in things that last is important. Are the things you find your worth in satisfying you?
If you’re feeling lost or alone, even in the midst of your church community, learning to love and serve others might be the way forward.
After 20 years in the profession of helping people, I have come to understand something: we cause much of our pain by the people we choose. In every kind of clinical issue that psychologists deal with, relationships are a big part of the picture in some way.
Dr. Henry Cloud looks at some of the biggest causes of “date diseases” that take women places where they don’t want to go in relationships.
“I wanted my father to shape up, stop drinking and be nice. Then I would love him.”
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