[Editors Note: We’ve collected our top articles from our blog on relationships, ranging from friendship to family, conflict to romance. We hope this is a helpful resources guide for you and your disciples]
How to choose long-term friends – You can’t be friends with everyone, so choose wisely.
Meet me—and my disability – A person with a disability is still a human—and a potential friend.
Hey lady: you are seen, known, and loved – A note of hope and promise for women, inviting relief from shame, guilt, loss, and feeling “too much” or “not enough.”
Why do we need to guard our hearts in friendships? – Here are four ways to help you trust God and walk faithfully in guy-girl friendships.
3 practical ways to walk as friends with the opposite gender – Being friends with the opposite gender can be tricky––here are three reminders of how to grow healthy friendships.
Growing up an ocean apart didn’t stop us from being sisters – God is invested in bringing broken families back together.
Living between two cultures – Caught between two cultures, the desire of many immigrant Canadians is to belong and feel at home.
What if it isn’t home, sweet home? – God invites us to surrender personal freedom to love and serve our family, even when it feels really hard.
Breaking up with my church – Changing churches can be hard, but sometimes it brings spiritual freedom, health, and a fresh start with God.
Community to run from – What if the community in which we find ourselves is unhealthy and dangerous?
Struggling with mental illness in spiritual community – Journeying through mental illness in a spiritual community can be incredibly hard. Yet slowly over time, we can learn to open up to others.
How to love across the political divide – Hospitality is possible, even in sharp disagreements.
When Christians aren’t safe in dating relationships – Ordinary church-goers may cause extraordinary harm.
He said that God doesn’t love me – Spiritual abuse is a real thing.
Recognizing and recovering from emotional abuse – Emotional abuse can be hard to identify at times––but its impact is real and devastating.
3 steps towards healthy conflict – When trust is broken, the pain can easily feel paralyzing. What’s the best response?
Healing in my broken view of sex – Turns out that in the right context, sex is a good gift from God.
Why I stopped reading romance novels – Everyone needs to steward their sexuality.
When a breakup broke me – A romantic breakup can bring great grief, but no more than what God can heal.
A response to the boys who rejected me – Even in relational brokenness and rejection, we can choose to respond by praying.
Being single in a couples culture – Singleness can be embraced rather than resented. Here are three refreshing reminders about God.
3 truths to remember after a breakup – Here’s some hope: recovering from a bad breakup is possible.