After two years of pandemic-related struggle, we need to define the relationships that we have in our lives and recapture the intent that God had for humans in their relationships.
When we allow politics to consume us, it interrupts our relationship with God (puts politics before Christ) and ourselves (degrades the Imago Dei in us as we dehumanize/demonize others) as well as tears apart relationships with believers and wrecks our witness with nonbelievers.
Often times the world around, those who are not believers yet, see believers and people within the church as close-minded and misogynistic. So, how can we love non-believers when they may want nothing to do with us? Pastor Mariah Miskimen talks with us about our DTR: Our relationship with non-believers.
Why is it that people within the North American church have such a hard time getting along and what can we do about it?f
Often times the thing that we consume actually consumes us. It consumes our thinking, our money, our time and we become possessed by it. Join Pastor Mariah Miskimen as she talks about a proper relationship with consumption.
How we view ourselves influences how we relate to others. God’s design for our relationship to ourselves is for us to have humble confidence in our being created in the image of God. However, we often go outside of that intention and assume an identity in disgrace and humiliation of less than the Image of…
Our relationship with God is foundational to every other relationship that we have. If we can get this one right, then life will be a lot easier navigating all of our other relationships.