Ruthie Kim teaches on the example God set through Jacob on how He will often lead us through conflict in order to change us, and then presents concrete steps we can utilize when dealing with conflict in our own lives. Ruthie is the Founder & Executive Director of Because Justice Matters, and she is also part […]
Dave Lomas teaches from Proverbs 20:5 and James 1:19 on how loving well and listening well are often the same, and provides practical tools for exercising this skill in our own lives. Apple Podcasts | Spotify
Bethany Allen teaches from Matthew 26:36-46 on the journey of looking beneath the surface of our emotions and the importance of allowing God to do the hard, healing work within us. Bethany is the Pastor of Spiritual Formation & Leadership Development at Bridgetown Church in Portland. Apple Podcasts | Spotify
Dave Lomas teaches from Exodus 34:6-7 and Mark 3:31-34 on how discipleship requires putting off old patterns of our family of origin in order to live into our new family of God. Apple Podcasts | Spotify
In this lecture, Michael Zacharia adapts material from the bestselling book Difficult Conversations, and teaches on all the elements that are essential to any difficult conversation. (The worksheet used in this lecture is linked below under the tab labeled “Slides.”) Michael is an executive coach, professor, former lawyer, and expert in conflict resolution.
Dave Lomas teaches from the life of Mary, the wisdom of Proverbs, and the 9th Commandment: “Do not give false testimony.” As a continuation of our series on “Emotionally Healthy Relationships,” we learn the foundational practices and need to stop mind reading and clarify expectations. Apple Podcasts | Spotify
Dave Lomas teaches from Mark 14:32-36 on how Christ is a vivid example of inviting God into our most vulnerable emotions, and how important this is for our own spiritual health. Apple Podcasts | Spotify