Sermon Series
  • 1. Principles For Healthy Relationships With Others

    Contributed on Feb 23, 2019
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    As believers, we are instructed to develop healthy relationships with others, Christians and non-Christians. Our behavior towards one another is not to be confined just to those in our social circle, or those who have the same ideologies; our behavior to all people should be reflective of Christ.

    Consider the following principles for developing a healthy relationship with others. I. LOVE EVERYONE A. "A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’" (Matthew 22:39, NLT) B. "“But if you are willing to listen, I say, love your enemies. Do good to those who hate ...read more

  • 2. Principles For Healthy Family Relationships

    Contributed on Feb 23, 2019
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    This sermon is for the purpose of strengthening relationships with your family, and develop a deeper and greater commitment to your family. Let's examine what God’s Word has to say about developing healthy family relationships.

    Consider the following principles for developing a healthy relationship with your family. I. BE AFFECTIONATE A. To be affectionate means to “have a tender attachment and fondness for” something or someone. B. A family should develop relationships where there is a tender attachment and a fondness ...read more

  • 3. Principles For A Growing Relationship With God

    Contributed on Feb 23, 2019
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    The purpose of this sermon is to provide biblical principles to grow strong in your relationship with God. Our relationship with God is built on the premise of absolute love for God. We are to love him with all that we are and more than anything else.

    Consider the following principles for growing in your relationship with God. I. BECOME BETTER ACQUAINTED WITH GOD A. Any type of relationship begins with at least a minimum level of acquaintance. B. We get acquainted with God through: 1. His Word – it reveals God. 2. Prayer – prayer is not just ...read more