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Word to the Wise

May 12, 2019 • Kathy Resler Chambliss | pastor | wyoming campus • James 3

Healthy relationships are hard! Even with the best intentions, our interactions often have the opposite effect of our desired outcome. There are a lot of “how to” manuals out there for relationships, but do you want to know the BEST source of truth and instruction for developing healthy, mature, peaceful and life-giving relationships? Are you ready for a little honest self-examination? Let’s dive in together!

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Guard, Off-Duty • May 26, 2019 • Kathy Resler Chambliss | pastor | wyoming campus

Healthy relationships are hard! Even with the best intentions, our interactions often have the opposite effect of our desired outcome. There are a lot of “how to” manuals out there for relationships, but do you want to know the BEST source of truth and instruction for developing healthy, mature, peaceful and life-giving relationships? Are you ready for a little honest self-examination? Let’s dive in together!

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Get it Together • May 19, 2019 • Epluribus C. Cunningham | student ministries director

Healthy relationships are hard! Even with the best intentions, our interactions often have the opposite effect of our desired outcome. There are a lot of “how to” manuals out there for relationships, but do you want to know the BEST source of truth and instruction for developing healthy, mature, peaceful and life-giving relationships? Are you ready for a little honest self-examination? Let’s dive in together!

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A Box of Wonder • May 5, 2019 • Julian Newman, Lead Pastor, Tribes Church

Healthy relationships are hard! Even with the best intentions, our interactions often have the opposite effect of our desired outcome. There are a lot of “how to” manuals out there for relationships, but do you want to know the BEST source of truth and instruction for developing healthy, mature, peaceful and life-giving relationships? Are you ready for a little honest self-examination? Let’s dive in together!