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Sunday Morning Service Times:
8:15am – Chapel – Inspiring message and music in an intimate setting
9 and 10:30am – North Campus Gym – Casual worship for the family
9:30 and 11am – Sanctuary and Live online – Inspiring message and music
11am – The Gathering in Fellowship Hall – A modern worship service
11am – The ‘Burbs for elementary-age children
11am – God’s Garden for preschool-age children
About Love is a Verb Teaching Series
Life is made of relationships: friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, roommates, parents, husbands, wives, daughters, and sons. There are few, if any, factors in life that are better able to predict someone’s health, happiness, life expectancy, and overall life satisfaction than being able to establish and maintain healthy relationships. Fortunately, the Bible has quite a bit to say about how to navigate these important relationships. In this series, we’ll explore the five things that are essential to develop and maintain healthy relationships.
Week 1 – Pride: What’s at the bottom of almost all relationship mistakes?
In general, pride is at the bottom of all great relationship mistakes. In this message, we’ll explore the different forms of pride and their impact on the way we relate to others. We’ll also discover what the Bible says about how to conquer pride, which can be lethal to our relationships, not just with each other, but also with our Creator.
Introduction: What Does the Bible Have to Say About Relationships?
If you go into any bookstore and look at books in the relationship area, you’ll find plenty on finding the “right” person. Interestingly enough, most of what the Bible teaches about love and relationships is based on the idea that the relationships we all desire come not when we get what we want, but when we give what we have.