YOU'RE INVITED: New Series Begins Sunday, 2/9
Peace. We thirst for it in our lives, and especially in our relationships. Peace, though, doesn’t happen accidentally. It must be made. Crafted. Sometimes painstakingly crafted.
In this series, we’ll examine what God tells us through Scripture about the value of peace and some practical ways to bring it to our relationships. Along the way, we'll find that peace in human relationships isn’t a function of an absence of conflict, but rather a function of one’s ability to (with God’s wisdom and power) resolve conflict well.
part 1: DIFFERENT THAN AN ATHEIST?
Following Jesus changes a person. ...At least it should. Given our Father’s call to peace-making, those of us who claim to be Christians should navigate conflict differently than others who don’t acknowledge God. But do we?
PART 2: TREE REMOVAL
In moments of conflict, it’s easy to point fingers and see where someone else has failed. But peaceful resolution requires us to take a first step in what is usually a painful (but productive) direction.
PART 3: GO TIME
When there's a problem between us and someone else, Jesus has a radical path for us. In this message we'll look at what it is, why it's difficult, and how wonderfully productive it can be.
PART 4: YOU DON'T OWE ME
Despite how challenging it can be to cancel a debt, the truth remains: those who refuse to forgive others will never know peace. As we close this series, we’ll explore the impact of forgiveness on conflict and relationships, and we'll explore some practical insights on how to get better at “letting go” when someone has wronged us.