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Positive, life-giving relationships are sought out through our family and friends. The most important relationship we can have is with Jesus Christ.

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Bible Teachings on Relationships

Where in the Bible will you find Bible verses about love? The Bible is filled with verses on love. Look through these love verses of scripture.

Could loneliness be the great problem in our society — not poverty, homelessness, drugs, crime, but just plain loneliness? 

The holy union of marriage is bonded in deep love and reverence to the Father. Delve into His Word and see what God says about this union between a...

If loneliness is a problem in the modern world (and it is, definitely), friendship ought to be highly valued. It is, but there's the problem of the "...

You won't find a promise in the Bible that you will never have enemies. In fact, the Bible makes it plain that people of faith will have enemies and...

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Questions about Relationships

Marriage is not for everyone, but for those who should be married, I believe God will lead you to the mate best suited to you, although possibly not...

The apostle Paul, writing to the church at Ephesus, laid down some very good guidelines for husbands and wives. To the men he said, "Husbands, love...

Since the pressures upon them can be enormous, a couple contemplating an interracial marriage must be absolutely sure of each other, their own...

God saw to it that people recorded the story of His intricately woven plan to reestablish relationship with mankind in general and with every...

There is a purpose to your life. You were not born by accident. In fact, you have a God-directed mission that is unique to you.

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Devotions about Relationships

Circumstances that involve loss, unfair treatment, illness, or broken relationships are the wilderness places that God uses to shape, refine, and...

There is a difference between knowing about God and knowing Him personally.

As I reflect on God’s extravagant love, I wonder how we can follow His example and go all out for others?

Studies have shown that being thankful improves our physical and emotional health. 

It was difficult to accept our new reality and the empty chair at our Thanksgiving table. In our sorrow, the faithful presence of Emmanuel...

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Videos about Relationships

Hollywood couple Devon Franklin and Meagan Good tell how waiting to have sex until marriage deepened their relationship and created more discipline...

Ministry leader, Emerson Eggerichs, presents his new book Before You Hit Send, sharing guidelines to help you avoid heartache in everyday...

Author Sarah Beckman shares how to both give and receive help when you or a loved one is going through a crisis.

Alcohol, control, and anger nearly destroy a marriage until time apart and a deadly accident inspire an incredible change.

Authors Jeff and Alyssa Bethke are helping millennials find life, true love, and intimacy which they discuss in their new book Love That Lasts.

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Articles on Relationships

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Finding Your Soulmate in Your Marriage

Marriage counselor Dr. David Hawkins offers five key strategies to finding the soulmate in your mate.

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Greet with Grace

Hearty greetings can certainly pave the way for a new level of peace—once you get past the impact of that first hello!

As technology improves at ever-increasing speed and promises a better future, are we making any headway in our spiritual lives?

To get your “spiritual groove” established in the New Year, Pastor Daniel Fusco offers three simple steps prescribed in the Greatest Commandment.

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Golden Rule "Othering"

When we give an account for our own lives, bowed before God, we are in a place of humility. When we judge others, we forget we are not God, and we...

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