I may be a lame duck, but I have great friends
There are a lot of things that are easier to do by yourself. But there are some things you just can't do alone. Like living the abundant life.
Friends are friends forever, but sometimes they’re simply not. Good thing God is your friend.
The loss of a dear friend is one of the most painful things someone can encounter. So how do you deal with it?
You can show love even if you don’t see eye to eye.
When you develop a relationship with someone, conflict is sure to occur. We all need to learn how to deal with it in healthy ways.
Be like Job: seek God for answers when things get tough.
Evaluate your friendships. Nurture those who build into your life. Seek out ways to support those you care about.
"At the end of the day, people won't remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel."
Encouragement is more than prayers and notes. God can use us through many verbal, emotional, practical, and spiritual ministries.
When someone is suffering, we try to give comfort the best way we know how: with our words. But sometimes, we end up making the situation a whole lot worse. So what do you say to someone whose heart is broken?
Sometimes, words that are meant to comfort feel like sandpaper to my soul.
Either we avoid speaking the truth for fear of offending someone — or we speak the truth so harshly that we don’t display love at all.
Why not discover how you can better manage conflict and prevent relationship breakdown?
Do you have a codependent relationship? Read this article to find out. If you have questions, we are here to help you seek answers.
These days, friendship is no longer what I've always known it to be. I did not realize how draining all these transitions would be for my soul.