"Bad Blood" Sermon Series • April 3 - April 17

Bad blood can infect any relationship. When there is bad blood in a relationship, the easiest thing to do is to let resentment and bitterness grow without addressing the issue. Lack of peace about a relationship robs you of peace in your own life and the quality of our lives is only as good as the quality of our relationships.

Have you ever had a great relationship go bad or a bad relationship that got even worse?
What if there was a way to make all of your relationships better in just a few easy steps?

We invite you to join us for our next series of messages from Pastor Eric Yeakel entitled, "Bad Blood."  During this sermon series, we will discover how we can improve our relationships with others.


April 3:  The Empathy Lens // Romans 12:18-19  -- Click here to view this week's Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide   

Bad blood can infect any relationship. And the quality of our lives is only as good as the quality of our relationships. Lack of peace about a relationship robs you of peace in your own life. But you can have peace about a relationship even without peace in the relationship. Happiness comes from peace with God, peace with yourself, and peace with others.

For those interested in gathering with a few friends to dig deeper into the message given the previous Sunday in worship, Pastor Eric has prepared discussion questions based on the sermon topic for you to study and discuss together. Click here for the April 3rd Small Group Study Guide. 


April 10:  A Confrontation Or Conversation // Matthew 18:15 -- Click here to view this week's Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide  

When there’s bad blood in a relationship, the easiest thing to do is to let resentment and bitterness grow without addressing the issue. That’s the path of least resistance. It doesn’t make the conflict go away, but it avoids the relational mess of having to deal with the other person. Jesus calls his followers to a higher standard. He says that if we have a problem with another person, we should go and have a conversation with him or her. But why should you go, when should you go, and how should you go?

For those interested in gathering with a few friends to dig deeper into the message given the previous Sunday in worship, Pastor Eric has prepared discussion questions based on the sermon topic for you to study and discuss together. Click here for the April 10th Small Group Study Guide. 


April 17:  Shaking Off The Dust // Galatians 6:1-5 -- Click here to view this week's Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide   

The first step to finding peace in a relationship is to repent if you’ve done wrong or to forgive if you’ve been wronged. But no matter how badly you want peace, there are some relationships that may never be fully restored. What do you do to find peace about a relationship when you can’t find peace in the relationship?

For those interested in gathering with a few friends to dig deeper into the message given the previous Sunday in worship, Pastor Eric has prepared discussion questions based on the sermon topic for you to study and discuss together. Click here for the April 17th Small Group Study Guide.