Relationships will constantly drift away from intimacy and towards isolation, but the fear of conflict drives many of us to inaction.
How can we overcome our fear and intentionally work to cultivate healthy relationships? This week, Pastor Ben Stuart continues in our series through Song of Solomon and explores the ways that a healthy approach to conflict can actually strengthen our relational bonds.
Key Verses // Song of Solomon 5:2 – 6:13
Do you feel frustrated by a pattern of personal failures, overwhelmed by a chaotic culture, or disillusioned by a lack of meaning in everyday life? Your struggles do not mean you’re doomed. They’re actually a sign that you are alive. Now it’s a question of whether you will struggle well.
Pastor Ben’s new book, Rest & War, is a field guide designed to equip you to walk elegantly through the battlefield of life.
Rest & War is out now, order your copy today!
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