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Relationships are a huge part of our lives. Throughout this series we’ll be examining God’s design for our relationships—both with Him, and with others. We’ll dig deep into topics like relationship priorities, trust, and the search for the one.

From this Series

Your First Love

April 23, 2017 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 5

We tend to think relationships are the cure for loneliness, but being alone is not the same as being lonely. God's love is the only cure for our loneliness. When we look for someone else to fill our emptiness, we will demand too much of that person. The key to great relationships is being able to pour out love to others from a heart that is filled with the fullness of God’s love.

Matched

April 30, 2017 by Mark Stuenzi Message 2 of 5

Dating is kind of like buying a used car. You hide everything that will make a sale less likely and advertise whatever will close the deal. And of course, you have to take it for a test-drive. Modern dating practices can easily lead to a poor choice in a marriage partner, and can even contribute to eventual divorce. If you want a great marriage, you must bring God’s wisdom into the dating process. This message will show you how.

Start With You

May 7, 2017 by Mark Stuenzi Message 3 of 5

We often hear that dating and marriage are all about finding the right person. The Right Person Myth says that if I find the right person everything will be all right. But the Right Person Myth can lead to great disappointment when you get married and discover that he or she is not as “right” as you thought they were. We can’t change another person, but we can allow God to change us.

One Simple Question

May 14, 2017 by Mark Stuenzi Message 4 of 5

We come into every relationship with a bent toward self-interest. We want another person to love us, encourage us, validate us, and affirm us. But over time, we can destroy our relationships because we demand too much and give too little. Instead, what if we approached our relationships differently. What if instead of being served, we serve others?

Designer Sex

May 21, 2017 by Dan White Message 5 of 5

In our sex-saturated society, we have come to believe that sexual purity is an old-fashioned idea, and a totally unrealistic expectation. The truth is that sex is a powerful force, and it affects us more deeply than any other experience. It is God’s desire for his people to cherish the gift of human sexuality as a sacred exchange within the boundaries of marriage. In this message, we’ll talk about the hook-up culture, cohabitation and pornography.