It’s not just a relationship status on Facebook. It’s a reality for those of us navigating our way through the ever-complicated world of friends and family, co-workers and neighbors. We so desperately want to be great parents, but we’re forever struggling with what that looks like. We want to be a good friend, but sometimes it feels like a one-way street. Our marriages are supposed to be our highest priority, but they seem to get pushed to the side in the midst of a hectic life. After Easter, we’ll dig into the way relationships are supposed to be. When we get to the heart of it, we’ll find a loving and patient God just waiting to help mend our brokenness and draw us back to him.
Normal Like Me
Guest Speaker – Ray McElroy | Former NFL Player
Honoring All Mothers
Messed Up Matches
Dealing with the Tough Stuff