Conflict in Context

Speaker: Dru Lattin
Text: Philippians 4:2-7
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Even among those who follow Christ, there will be disagreement and misunderstanding. How should we get back on the same page with our brothers and sisters? Using an example from the early church, Dru shares five things we should do to help resolve conflict.

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Equipped to Fight

Speaker: Dru Lattin
Text: Ephesians 6:10-18
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What does it take to be a warrior? For Fathers’ Day, Dru looks into the classic passage on spiritual warfare to remind dads – and all of us – that we are raising our children on a battlefield. It’s a tough job, but God has equipped us to fight well. Listen below:

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She Shall Be Praised

Speaker: Dru Lattin
Text: Proverbs 31
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Proverbs 31, the classic text describing a “virtuous woman”, is often considered during Mother’s Day. But what is this chapter actually about? What can we learn?

Rather than overwhelming women with unattainable expectations, this text can actually encourage all of us. With practical insight, Dru explores the characteristics of a wise woman and how we can support each other as we grow in wisdom.

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Altared Assumptions

Speaker: Dru Lattin
Texts: Joshua 22; James 1:19-21
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We all make assumptions. At least, that’s what we assume. But thinking that I know your motives can quickly introduce confusion and mistrust into relationships. Dru shares how a civil war nearly broke out, simply because people assumed things, and didn’t check to see what was true.

In the New Covenant, he then looks at what we should do instead of assuming, giving practical direction to avoid this communication pitfall.

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