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Using Anger as Your Ally: Part 1

For most of us, anger is a real problem.  Our world is filled with hostility and rage, and it seems to be boiling over everywhere you look.  Road rage, school shootings, fights in stadiums over seats and parking spots, anger is the number one destroyer that rips relationships apart!  But, anger can be used as an ally to take relationships to a deeper level!

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Relationship Builder: Part 3

Forgiveness is essential for any relationship.  Why?  We are all imperfect people.  Only perfect people wouldn’t need forgiveness.  Not only do I need forgiveness, I need to forgive. I love the way the Living Bible puts Romans 3: 23-24 when it says of Jesus, who in His kindness freely takes away our sins.

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Relationship Builder: Part2

Understanding is the first step toward building relationships.  God understands my weaknesses and loves me just as I am, but He loves me too much to leave me that way!  Because God understands my weaknesses, He is being kind when He speaks the truth in love to correct me.

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Relationship Builder: Part 1

To be a people builder, I must learn how to be a relationship builder.  God created us for relationships, but sin has corrupted our connections with others, leaving our most important relationships often broken and shattered.  If God created us for relationships, He is the best model for building those relationships.

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From Faith Building to People Building: Part 1

Joseph is a great example in the Old Testament of God’s faith-building process and how He used Joseph to build up other people’s faith. Let’s examine his life and dig deep into the faith-building principles that God used in Joseph’s life to encourage and grow our own faith and build others’ faith as well.

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Be a People Builder!

God is in the building business. That’s because we are all under construction!  God is building a church by building individual lives and connecting them in the body of Christ. For many, the church is just a building or a religious organization.  The truth is that the church is not a building or, for that matter, it’s not even a religion.

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