Making Relationships Better Than Average
In 1967, the Doors sang, “People are strange, when you’re a stranger." Those words were written by a depressed Jim Morrison.
We all need relationships, but we’re often so afraid of rejection that we do many things to avoid them. Yet God says that relationships are a major part of every human being’s DNA: relationships with God, with friends, with family and even with our perceived enemies.
Since many people in our world are settling for average or less than average relationships, God is searching for people who are willing to work hard to make their relationships better than average. To show the world, “You don’t have to live in a dysfunctional world. This isn’t ‘as good as it gets’.”
During this five-week series, we’ll equip you with everything you need to make your relationships better than average!