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Why Creativity Is Important In Relationships

The creative process is not limited to paints. In fact, I am discovering that creative confidence has the potential to spill over into every area of life. The necessary ingredient is a willingness to let the process mold you. A couple of weeks ago, I began taking an art class and quickly noticed how much of a perfectionist I am. …

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Secret To A Great Relationship Part 3: Believe In One Another

Secret to a great marriage

No one who consistently criticizes me and puts me down is going to be considered my best friend. I’m just not going to have a best friend who doesn’t believe in me. I think you’d say that is true of you too. James 2:23 says, “Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness, and he was called …

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A Recipe For Relationship

A Recipe For Relationship

Ever have a favorite meal made by “mama?” Or a sinfully irresistible baked treat you would just die without? You should know that behind that irresistible morsel or meal lies a well-concocted and meticulously implemented recipe that even the slightest deviation could cause a drastically disappointing effect. Perhaps it’s time to look at the ingredients we are putting into our relationship …

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Secret To A Great Relationship Part 2: Faithfulness

Secret to a great marriage

First Key For Friendship – Faithfulness Recently, I sat on an airplane between two men who turned out to be a couple of buddies going to a football game together. “We went on a fishing trip to Canada last year,” one of them said, “and I left my wife of seven months pregnant and starting early labor pains.” I remember …

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Do You Have Difficult Friendships?

Do you have difficult friendships?

Besides my relationship with Christ, one of the most important things to me on this earth is my relationship with my family and friends. Many of us subconsciously categorize our relationships. Some of my relationships are with Facebook friends. Some are with people I only see when I attend church or business functions. Some are with friends I have had …

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Cultivating Intimacy: Part 1

Cultivating Intimacy

“For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I have been fully known.” (1 Corinthians 13:12, ESV) Intimacy. To know and to be known. This is not some marginal aspect of the human experience. It is the center of the target. We were …

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Secret To A Great Relationship: Part 1

Secret to a great marriage

Key For Friendship : Introduction Friendship is a fundamental need of the human heart. Although they shed little or no light on the question of what a real friend is, even the sitcoms that have dominated TV programming in recent years attest to the fact that the subject of friendship—or, more accurately, our deep hunger for friendship and our pain …

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Something Old New Borrowed And Blue

Something Borrowed, Something Blue

You have probably heard the saying: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” Derived from a wedding custom that reaches back to the Victorian era, this old proverb contains advice not just for marriage, but for life. Let’s look at the wedding tradition meaning behind something old, new, borrowed and blue and see how we are preparing to be …

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Confidence in Conflict

Confidence in Conflict

How can you be confident in your ability to resolve disagreements? Let’s consider some practical down-to-earth realities of how to effectively manage conflict without over-spiritualizing or denying your feelings. How good and pleasant when brothers live together in unity. Psalm 133:1 We all have to deal with conflicts from time to time. But we often try to avoid them by …

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