In this session, one of the major contributors to breakdowns within a community of people is explored. Why and how conflict happens and God's method of when the picture gets destroyed is discussed. Also presented is how to stop breakdown before it happens. This session challenges students to engage ..
.COMmunity, Part 3: DEBUGGING
by Elevate Willow Creek
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A difficult person is someone in your life with whom you are stuck. You have an ongoing relationship with this person that involves complicated expectations, over-stepped boundaries, and consistent disappointments. Most likely, both of you have build walls of protection around yourselves, so one of ..
All About Anger, Part 3: Coping With Difficult People
by Nancy Ortberg
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All communities are marked by difficult relationships. Within Christian community, however, people love other people whom they would not naturally love on their own. When Paul speaks of the church, he does not describe a honeymoon community where everybody automatically finds it easy to love everybody ..
Extreme Discipleship, Part 9: The Marks of a Community
by John Ortberg
Identity Theft, Part 1 & Part 2
by Mike Breaux
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Identity Theft, Part 3 & Part 4
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"The love for the more fortunate is a rare thing -- to love those who succeed where we fail, to rejoice without envy with those who rejoice; the love of the poor for the rich, of the black man for the white man. The world is always bewildered by this kind of love. "Then there is the love for the enemy ..
Love of Another Kind, Partr 3: Loving Hard To Love People
by Dieter Zander
Stress is greatly impacted by our relational lives and the personal connections comprising such. Sadly, some of us live relational lives with no connections or maybe bad connections. This message takes us through stories of people in each of four defined relational possibilities. And although the real ..
Made For More: Part 13, How Our Connections Affect Our Stress
by Dr. Henry Cloud
Jesus says in our conversations that we should let "our yes be yes and our no be no." The whole issue of personal "boundaries" results from this phrase. Those of us who live lives with weak boundaries in friendships, with family, at the place of work and in our spiritual lives are usually compliant ..
Restoring Weary Souls, Part 2: Building Better Boundaries
Relationships can either be energizing or draining. Nothing breathes life into us or depletes us like our interactions with other people. We have to take advantage of those life-giving people and make relationships with them a priority. We need them to help shape our soul and form our character. But ..
Restoring Weary Souls, Part 4: Life Restoring Relationships
Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 tells us that there are seasons both for beginnings and for endings. But how good are we about realizing or prompting those necessary endings that allow new life? Using the metaphor of pruning a rose bush, this message grants permission-on the basis of God's Word-and gives suggestions ..
Summer at the Creek: Necessary Endings, Part 1
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