Unless you're a hermit you spend most of your life in relationships. Change and Your Relationships is a 12-session study guide designed to help you take a godly approach to human interaction. Based on principles found in their book Relationships:A Mess Worth Making, Tim Lane and Paul Tripp use Scripture, real-life examples and suggestions for group discussion to demonstrate how people do change and how they should change in order to live in love and good-will with each other.
This isn't some theoretical manual—drawing on lifelong careers in ministry and counseling, the authors' advice is eminently practical and centers on communication (even those really difficult conversations), forgiveness, longsuffering and turning casual friendships into deep and meaningful relationships. Because it's all about relationships, this study guide is best used in a group setting (Sunday school, Bible study, etc.), though it can be used by individuals or couples as a supplement to Relationships: AMess Worth Making.
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