The term Bon Voyage is used to express good wishes to someone who is about to go on a journey. Relationships, of various kinds and at differing levels, are journeys that all of us take regularly. Wishing someone else, or even ourselves, “good luck” doesn’t do much to keep relationships on the right track. In the same way, rough or changing waters are not the best indication of the health of our relationships. Check out this series and learn that the condition of our relational waters is not as important as who we have with us in the boat!
This week Rob teaches us how to keep our relationships out of the rough waters.
It’s what we all want… smooth waters! Smooth sailing in our lives, and especially in our relationships. How much turmoil do we all live through because a key friendship went sideways? Because we are at odds with a co-worker? Because we can’t seem to get on the same page with our spouse? Today we are going to discover something that is difficult for many to comprehend, but it is the key to calming the seas. Whether the waves of your life are tumultuous or not, come discover how you can experience the joy of smooth sailing!
This week Rob teaches us about continuing to make an effort to grow your relationships.
Most of us have lived life in this mode at one time or another. Believing and even stating that our relationships are perfect. We never fight. We always understand each other. I don’t know how it could be any better! If this indeed is true, something must be done in order to maintain health. Beyond that there is one question that could save you from significant agony. The question is, do you have the courage to ask it?
Pastor Rob begins this important relationship series encouraging us to invite other couples we know.
Before going on a trip there are preparations that need to be made! If you know someone who has relationship challenges, or maybe you yourself have struggles in this area… this is an important place to begin. No matter where you are right now, things are never so good that they can’t fall apart. Likewise, things are never bad enough that they can’t see significant improvement. As we set sail this weekend come discover something that will breathe new life into every relationship!