How Relationships get Fixed

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All of us have experienced a broken relationship. One person hurts another. Maybe you were the one doing the hurting or you were the one being hurt. 

It seems inevitable that if you are going to be in a family, have a job, be friends with someone, you are going to have a relationship at some point experience friction, disagreements or friction.

What do you do when that happens?

I’m really excited for Sunday as we continue our series Changewe’re going to look at the short book of Philemon. 1 page, 25 verses, the story of one relationship that experienced friction and yet was able to be restored. We will have a special guest speaker, my leadership coach Brian Howard with us. Brian is the former teaching pastor at Sojourn Church, a multi-site church in Kentucky and is now the Executive Director of Context Coaching Inc., a firm that specializes in coaching leaders.

If you or someone you know has a hard time living in community or has experienced hurt in a relationship that has not be reconciled, or has a hard time forgiving someone who has hurt them and moving forward, this is a great week to bring them to Revolution.

Remember, we meet at 10am on Sunday mornings at 8300 E Speedway Blvd.

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