It’s imperative that we have a heart of humility within us as we seek to build healthy, godly and good friendships. The Apostle Paul unpacks this challenge and points us to the ultimate example of humility in Jesus in Philippians 2. We must practice humility as YIELDING our hearts to others. Humility becomes the WD40 if you will, that keeps friendships functioning well, greased up to help one another succeed and experience life-giving hope, love and joy. Bottom line: There's harmony within friendships when there's humility within each heart.
humility is a must in friendships. *Philippians 2:1-11
February 24, 2019 • Pastor Jack Schull
seek to bless others • March 10, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Lee
Often friends can take each other for granted and we forget about the power of blessing others! Blessing's can create breakthroughs with people and their relationship with Jesus. See how Jesus blessed Zacchaeus and Paul blessed his jailer and their lives were changed!!
we must learn to fight rightly • March 3, 2019 • Kimberley Lee
Navigating friendships will always mean we must also learn to navigate conflict within friendships. It's an invariable part of relationships. When conflict comes up - God wants us to Stop, Drop, and Roll! We cannot wage war like the world does. Ephesians 6:10-12 and 2 Cor. 10:2-5
friends are always there. *Proverbs 17:17 • February 17, 2019 • Elisa Medina
As we navigate life, we know that adversity and challenges will come for us all. That's when a friend is really needed. A friend is always there (see Proverbs 17:17). True friends are those rare people who come find you in dark places and lead you back to the light. You never walk alone when you have a friend. We are blessed to have those friends in our lives and blessed to have Jesus as that kind of friend. We are called to be that kind of friend.