Relational Wreckage

Relational Wreckage

Relational Wreckage

What We Leave Behind

05/21/2017 | Pastor Matt Roden

When we neglect our vehicles, they usually end up in a mechanic shop needing costly repairs. The same can be said for our lives. We all have issues, which if unaddressed, will lead to a lot of damage. This damage doesn’t just impact us, it impacts those who come after us. What we do in life echoes in eternity.​ What we do now will affects what we leave behind. We have to learn how to draw a line and with God’s help, ​face our issues.

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Relational Wreckage

Real Marriage Talk

05/14/2017 | Pastor Craig Altman

Pastor Craig interviews some of Grace Family Church's own pastors and wives to discuss what they've learned in their marriages and through parenting over the years.

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Relational Wreckage

Test Drive

05/07/2017 | Pastor Craig Altman

It almost seems normal to take a “test drive” before marriage, but the problem with living together is it teaches us conditional love. God’s design for marriage is a life long commitment of unconditional love toward an imperfect person. This design mirrors God’s unconditional love for us.

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Relational Wreckage

It Takes Two To Make A Thing Go Wrong

04/30/2017 | Pastor Matt Roden

Wrecks are usually caused by two things: bad decisions and dangerous behaviors. In relationships, bad decisions and dangerous behaviors also cause relationships to wreck. And that wreckage is very painful. Wrecked relationships make it hard for us to trust again. The pain from the last wreck still burns and even though we want to move on, it’s incredibly difficult. Relational wreckage is hard to get over especially when it comes to our marriages. So we have to stay away from bad decisions and dangerous behaviors and begin to restore our marriages.

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