We can have some wonderful friends in this life. But even close friends can fail us. The Bible reveals your ultimate best Friend who will never let you down.
Technology has created new and exciting ways to communicate. But is the social media craze affecting our friendships? How can we make more real friends?
We all want good neighbors, but it’s hard to know how to be the kind of neighbor our neighbors want. What makes a good neighbor? How can we become better ones?
Why do some relationships sour and end? What principles can we glean from the Bible to preserve or heal our relationships with family and friends?
Everyone wants and needs friends. But not all friendships are created equal—some are true and some are toxic. What if our friends are really hurting us?
They’re everywhere: on the road, at work, in the grocery line, at church and even in our own family. How can we respond to difficult people in a godly way?
Nearly everyone recognizes a need for more patience at times. It’s a fruit of God’s Spirit and an essential key to better relationships with God and fellow man.
Trends in our modern world are leaving more and more people feeling isolated and lonely. What can we do to help counteract this epidemic?
When you see someone in a wheelchair, what is your reaction? Do you say “hi” or look the other way? Have you wondered how that person would like to be treated?
Most people today are not quick to trust, because the world punishes people who trust too quickly or too easily. Is that the way it should be?
The Bible shows what we should look for in a friend—which is also what we should be as a godly friend. Here are six characteristics.
In this age when so many feel alienated, we all need true connections. Here are three pillars of connection necessary for healthy living.
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