Our new series Emotionally Healthy Relationships explores the idea that spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. This week, Ryan talks about the innately human tendency to read minds and assume we know what other people are thinking and why they act as they do, and offers practical steps for challenging the assumptions we make about each other that so often lead to conflict.
This week, Ryan continues our series Emotionally Healthy Relationships with a message on how to avoid unmet expectations – both in our personal relationships and in our relationship with God.
This week in Emotionally Healthy Relationships, the art of becoming self-aware, or: how to take a really good look at yourself and understand the part of the iceberg beneath the waterline… starring David, Saul, a lyre, and a spear.
We continue our series Emotionally Healthy Relationships this week, with a message about listening deeply to those around us. Listening is more than just being quiet, and Ryan helps us understand what it means to listen deeply by following Jesus’ example and listening incarnationally. (What does that mean? Listen and find out.)
Ryan closes our series Emotionally Healthy Relationships with a message on how to deal with the inevitable conflict that arises in our relationships – not by seeking fake peace but by becoming true peace-makers and fighting cleanly.