Ephesians 5:25-27, Ephesians 4:25-32 Conflict happens in all relationships, and marriage tends to bring it out. Marriage is hard. If you been married longer than 18 months then you know this. We examine how to fight well in relationships.
One of the biggest pain points for people today is family. “How do I save my marriage? How do I become a good parent?” We all have questions; questions the Bible can answer. This five-week series focuses on relationships in the home. Using the instructions found in Ephesians 5 and 6, we will discuss love in the contexts of marriage, family, and parenting. In this series, real life issues like self-sacrifice, the transformation power of the Gospel, witnessing to the world as a family, and honoring God by honoring each other are explored each week.
Ephesians 5:25-28 Friendship is one of the most forgotten elements of marriage. Many of you probably realize your spouse is supposed to be your friend, but you really see attraction and passion and romance as the core of marriage. If anything, you see marriage as primarily romance spiced with a little friendship. But really marriage […]
Ephesians 5:21-25 We summarize the principle Paul’s going to teach us about relationships today in one question—one question that if you would ask this question in your relationships, it would transform all of them. It’s one of the secrets to happiness, and probably do more to replace strife with peace than anything else you could do. […]
Ephesians 5:31-32 The one area that provides us the most joy, or the most heartache, is relationships, whether you are single or married. We are launching today on a 5‐week series exploring some of our closest relationships. We’re going to learn principles about ourselves that apply to all relationships, including marriage. Here’s what I’ve found: […]