You don't have to go it alone
There are so many distractions and pressures around us today, and often times, the "noise" keeps us from focusing on what really matters: knowing who we are in Christ. This ongoing and open group will help you discover how God created you, and encourage you to apply that in order to become a better son, husband, father and friend.
Fall Topic: "Five Lies that Ruin Relationships" (by Chip Ingram)
Wrong beliefs can ruin your relationships. Have you ever looked back over a relationship in your life and wondered how it became so messy or difficult? Often, at the source of our relationship problems are our wrong beliefs.
In this series, together with Chip Ingram, we will be able to ask and answer the question: "Do wrong beliefs produce wrong behavior?" What we think about life determines how we live it, so there is power in knowing and applying God's truth to our relationships. God longs for us to have right relationships, and he longs for intimacy, peace, love and joy to reign in our hearts.
To have these kinds of relationships, we must first identify five common lies we believe. We'll uncover the source of quarreling, how our words wound, how not to make decisions, and why better things don't always make things better.
Five Lies That Ruin Relationships includes the following messages:
Lie #1 - Sensual Pleasure Will Satisfy My Inner Longings For Happiness
Lie # 2 - If Other People Would Shape Up, My Life Would Work Out
Lie # 3 - Upwardly Mobile Work Opportunities are Automatically the Will of God
Lie # 4 - My Significance and Value are Measured By the Quality and Quantity of the Things I Possess
Lie #5 - The Grass is Greener on the Other Side of the Fence
Please purchase the study guide which is available in our Resource Center and will be used in the group discussion.
Times & Locations
Mondays, 6:30-8:30p at the Plymouth & Grosse Ile Campuses
Begins September 11, able to join any time.