5.Apply: Put the Word into practice in your relationships
Take your relationships to the next level when you apply the Word and let it touch every part of your life.
5 Tips to Keep Your Peace With Family During the Holidays
The holidays are here! It’s a wonderful time of celebrating the birth of our Saviour with friends and family, many of whom we only see once or twice a year. And as much as we enjoy this special time, family members are really good at getting on our nerves. Here are five tips to helpLearn More
4 Tried-and-True Bible Tips to Deal with Difficult Family Members During the Holidays
Our families can be full of people who rub us the wrong way—especially during the holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Maybe they use family gatherings as an excuse to hurl insults, use inappropriate language or intrude in personal matters. Whatever the hurtful habits, they can often cause an uncomfortable atmosphere during a special holiday. ChristLearn More
5 Scriptures to Stand on when Family Visits
Family visits during the holidays can be a stressful time. As you prepare for an upcoming visit by buying groceries or gifts, cleaning or packing and planning your schedule, take time to prepare your heart and mind by focusing on God’s Word. Here are five scriptures on which you can meditate to help you keepLearn More
4 Tips for Keeping Your Cool when Family Visits
The holidays are coming and your family is planning a visit. As much as you love them, the stress of the season can be a little much. How can you keep your cool when family visits? Here are four tips for helping you do just that. When Family Comes to Visit, Trust in the WordLearn More
Lord, Help My Marriage!
Wouldn’t it be great if our faith always produced instantly visible results? Wouldn’t it be fun if we could pray once for a great marriage and… snap, it happened? Instead of heated arguments, cold silences, constant frustration and enduring anger, our marriages were loving, kind, peaceful, joyful and mutually fulfilling? But that’s not always theLearn More
How to Improve Your Relationships
Relationships are important to God. In fact, in the Garden of Eden, one of the first things God did was create a relationship for Adam. He gave him Eve. But as Adam soon discovered, relationships aren’t always easy. If you have asked the Lord to help your relationships—with a spouse, friends, parents, co-workers, whomever—then youLearn More
Healthy Habits for a Strong Marriage
by Gloria Copeland Wouldn’t it be great if our faith always produced instantly visible results? Wouldn’t it be fun if we could pray once for a great marriage and…snap, it happened? Instead of heated arguments, cold silences, constant frustration and enduring anger, our marriages were loving, kind, peaceful, joyful and mutually fulfilling? But that’s notLearn More
How to Believe for an Unsaved Spouse
Leave it to Jesus to answer with four words the questions that all the psychologists and marriage experts in the world can’t answer with a million. Leave it to Him to solve today’s complex problems with a scripture so simple even a child can understand it, and so broad it covers every possible situation, includingLearn More
How to Take a Stand Against Worry
Is fear contaminating your faith? Ask yourself these questions: Do you worry about the safety of your children each time they walk out the door? Do you find yourself pacing if your spouse is 15 minutes late for dinner? Do you get stressed every time newscasters are proclaiming doom and gloom for the economic markets?Learn More
How to Get Rid of Worry
by Kenneth Copeland Many Christians spend a lot of time worrying about their lives. They worry about their jobs, their families, their children, their homes, their schedules, the weather, traffic and more. The good news is Jesus died to free you from worry. It doesn’t have to exist in your life. Look at these fiveLearn More
How Do I Have a Good Relationship With a Difficult Person?
God wants us to be honorable to one another. For us to dishonor one another affects everyone involved. In Romans 12:10 it says, “Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another.” We shouldn’t love one another based on whether or not we are lovable. We should love each otherLearn More