The pandemic was a time of isolation and disconnection, but it was also the time when we started to truly appreciate deep, intimate relationships. In this article, a student shares how her longing for deep, spiritual friendships was fulfilled, even in seclusion.
We’ve all been hurt in relationships at some point. And because of relational hurts, our tendency is to cut off connections, withdraw from people, and try to heal in isolation. But is this really the most effective way? How can we truly heal from relational hurts?
In this article, a zoomer (someone from Generation Z) shares some things he learned from his dad when he was still learning to bike. These biking lessons became life lessons that helped him pursue God’s calling no matter what new experiences come his way.
Friendships are an important part of our lives. As vital as our friends are to us, they could also be one of the biggest sources of our joy as well as pain. Have you ever wondered what it looks like to have healthy friendships?
We may have different ideals about love growing up. But as followers of Christ, we hope to understand and get a glimpse of real love in the context of church community. Here is the story of someone who has experienced it personally.
Our social media feeds are probably filled with news and other content that spark arguments between friends and family members. How should we respond when we get offended by spiritual family because of our stance in politics?
When you're young and in love, you can't wait to be with your partner for life as soon as possible. But as soon as you get married, unexpected challenges may emerge. How can we be better prepared for the challenges of marriage?
Have you ever experienced being brokenhearted? We’ve all experienced grief over a loss of a relationship, a dream, or a season. And most of us can only truly grieve in a healthy way within a community. How can we journey with a brokenhearted person?
Grieving is a reality of life and yet most of us are at a loss how to journey through it with the people we love, especially children, who have yet to grow in processing their emotions. When your child goes through grief, how do you walk with them?