Category Archives: Relationships

Eight point communication agreement

Eight guidelines for better communication! Continue reading

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Four negative communication patterns

Four negative patterns of communication that hurt good relationships. Continue reading

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What’s love got to do with it?

Relationships are miserable when love is absent. But we need an objective way to understand what love looks like. Is there a way to know what love really is? When someone says, “I love you,” is there a way to know if he means it? Read more… Continue reading

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New Identity – New Relationships

Our new identity as God’s chosen, holy and dearly loved people overcomes differences that separate people and set people against each other. Our new identity also leads to a powerful transformation in the ways we relate and respond to other people. This is the life! Continue reading

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How men think in relationships

FINALLY, the guys’ side of the story. THESE ARE OUR RULES!


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Suffering in silence

She finally gained the necessary courage to tell me a story that she had kept to herself until that point. Continue reading

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Resolving conflicts among Christians

Jesus anticipated fractures in Christian fellowship. We should not be surprised by them but ready to seek reconciliation. Continue reading

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