We've all experienced it before - the pain and frustration of relationships. Sometimes we don't know what to say. Sometimes we wish we had done things differently. Sometimes...well, sometimes we just want to run away and hide from the world.
Healthy relationships don't come about automatically. Sure, they take effort and endurance. But they also take skill.
Sometimes we work at relationships like a lumberjack with a blunt ax works at trees. Ever tried to chop wood with a sledgehammer before? It's an exercise in futility and a good way to give yourself a hernia. Swinging harder won't get you anywhere - the solution is to sharpen your tool.
Do you struggle with anger? Are you in a relationship that's strained or broken? Why do you find it hard to be close to other people? How do you handle disagreements? How do you forgive someone who has hurt you without being a doormat?
Maybe it's time for you to sharpen your relationship skills. The Bible has a lot to say about how we can best relate to each other. We're going to explore these themes together. We hope you'll join us