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Loving God, loving others, and loving yourself....these are the greatest commandments. 



  • navigating and cultivating healthy relationships is one of the hardest things we do as humans. every relationship we have is unique but there are guiding principles that we can implement that will help us love and honor them well. 

  • you and I were made to be in relationship with God and others. 

  • you cannot know yourself by yourself-you need to surround yourself with very specific kinds of people in different seasons of your life.

  • you need people who help you identify the good, the bad and the ugly in you. You need very specific people in your life that you can trust to hold you accountable in the areas that need the greatest change

  • the model of forgiveness in scripture

  • identifying relationships

  • personal character development 

  • problem solving in relationships 

  • wisdom for dating and marrying

  • covenant in relationships

  • what do you need protecting from in relationships?


Identifying Your Relationships 

Learning how to ask the right questions, will help you identify who you want in your life and who needs to go. You were not made for random relationships. All people should serve a purpose in your life and you should know what that purpose is.  The discovery that not all relationships are lifetime relationships will keep you from experiencing frustration and heartache when they exit your life. 

The Pathway to Healthy Relationships will begin with:

Implementing the "honor system"

As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend. – Proverbs 27:17 NLT

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