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The Relationship Project

What's the key to improving the relationships in your life? Improving your communication? Understanding the other person? Emotional intelligence? While all are worthwhile methods, the first step in improving your relationships is take a look at yourself. Your motives. Your strengths and weaknesses. Your character. By working on specific areas of your life, you can improve how you interact with others, and in turn, how they interact with you. The Relationship Project will challenge you to examine your self-control, humility, work, faithfulness, and wisdom, as you allow God to manage these qualities. Each chapter includes self-assessments and discussion questions for use in personal reflections or with your small group.  More Info
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Wise Teacher, Wise Student: Tibetan Approaches to a Healthy Relationship

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Real Relationships

In this updated edition of their bestselling book, Relationships, Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott dig below the surface to the depths of human interactions, offering expert advice and practical tools for improving the most important aspect of human life: relationships. Designed for college students, young adults, singles, and dating couples, this cutting-edge book teaches the basics of healthy relationships, including friendship, dating, sexuality, and relating to God. Newly updated and expanded to include the latest research on relationship building and vital information on social networking, it provides readers with proven tools for making bad relationships better and good relationships great. Real Relationships is filled with thought-provoking questions and links to its separate workbook. The workbook---integral to getting the most out of Real Relationships---contains dozens of self-tests and assessments that will help readers determine their relational readiness, the health of the home...  More Info
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Real Relationships Workbook

The better your relationships---with friends, family, the opposite sex, and God---the better your life. This six-session video-based study (DVD sold separately) with workbook by acclaimed relationship experts Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, will help group participants learn to make bad relationships better and good relationships great. It all begins with a single sentence that can revolutionize every relationship. After sharing this one critical point, Les and Leslie encourage participants to take a look back at their own family, which they call a 'university of relationships'. Next, they provide the tools for bridging the gender gap and cultivating 'friends of the heart' as well as how to improve what they call the Love IQ. Ultimately, participants will discover how to peel away unhealthy religious cliches and get real about relating to God. Designed for use with Real Relationships innovative Small Group Insights Profile, an online tool guaranteed to improve the quality of your small gr...  More Info
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Relationships 101

Great leadership is built on great relationships Leadership is a relationship-intensive endeavor. If your people skills aren't strong, neither will be your leadership. If people aren't following you, sums up New York Times and Business Week best-selling author Dr. John C. Maxwell, then you're not really leading. In Relationships 101, Maxwell provides time-tested principles for developing healthy relationships with others-inside and outside of your organization-such as: The fundamentals common to all good relationships How to motivate people by knowing five things everyone has in common How to create a lasting connection with people on your team Why listening skills can be a leader's best friend The crucial factor that creates the foundation of all good relationships The most important relationship for any person's success Winning in every area of life comes from winning with people. Improve your leadership and life with Relationships 101  More Info
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My Relationship

My Relationship identifies who God is and the type of relationship that He desires to have with everyone. It demonstrates the place God desires to have in each of our lives. When God is at the center of your heart and life everything else falls right into place. Many people do not know or understand what God's proper position should be in our lives. A lot of the time we place our significant other, other people, or things infront of God. Even ministries and office holdings above God and our relationship with Him. God is a jealous God and demands to be at the center of everything in our lives, after all we are His creation. When we obey and cultivate our relationship with Him; everything will work out in our lives. When we do not; we will never be fully whole or complete, and always lacking something. The cost of gaining everything and yet losing everything at the same time; occurs when God is not in His proper place. Oleeta Radley effectively demonstrates this in several aspects of lif...  More Info
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The Gospel of John, the Gospel of Relationship

Love of God and love of others are the two great commandments: Jean Vanier shows that these are the same thing. We express our love for God through compassionate care for one another and we encounter the love of God most tangibly through those closest to us. In his chapter-by-chapter exploration of the Gospel of John, Vanier explains how Jesus taught this lesson at every step of his ministry. He includes stories from his work with L'Arche that express in earthly terms the great privilege we have of developing our relationships with one another and with God.  More Info
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Groove: Relationships Leader Guide

If you have been in youth ministry for any length of time, you will quickly learn the one thing that teenagers value most: their relationships. As they move into a world of independence, these relationships help shape their identity and affect their lives for the future.Relationships looks at the key relationships that youth have with their families, friends, and members of the opposite sex. All youth have relationship stories; and the reality is that we can help them navigate those relationships, whether they come from great circumstances or challenging ones. The daily devotions and exercises in the Groove: Relationships Student Journal are designed to help youth dig deeper into the ideas presented in the weekly lessons and move them toward more thoughtful relationships. The Groove Bible study series invites teens to learn the essentials of their faith, own their story, and engage the world in serving Jesus. Each topical study consists of four weekly sessions that are easy to lead and...  More Info
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Relationships

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Relationship Improvement Organization

This organization and it's ministry aims are to aid individuals in restoring and improving the quality of their relationships with others. One part of our aim is to help an individual see the alternatives or options available to help them handle their challenges with others in a more successful way.We developed this workbook to assist people in better understanding what they are dealing with and steps for healing as well as reconciliation.This workbook can also be used as a Counseling tool to help clients with their issues and questions as well as in a classroom setting with open discussions or privately for an individual's personal development. It is our belief that relationships with others can be restored, improved and successfully maintained through the continued development and improvement of our personal relationship with God.  More Info
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Relationships Marriage

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Relationships Are Forever

In this book, Dr. Hunter presents irrefutable evidence that our human relationships and our spiritual relationships have a lot more in common that one might suspect. The theme of this fabulous publication, Relationships Are Forever, inspires a belief in God; encourages a life of faith; and creates comfort in the knowledge that salvation unites us with the Lord and with our loved ones for eternity. Donna Smith, retired secondary/university English and composition instructor.  More Info
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A Woman and Her Relationships

Relationship is an important part of a woman & #8217;s life. It & #8217;s through their relationships to others that most women find definition and purpose for their lives. But no matter how healthy the relationship is, there & #8217;s always room for improvement. In A Woman and Her Relationships, Rosemary Flaaten explores the connection between one & #8217;s spiritual relationship with God and her relationships with others. She examines the attitudes and actions that women use to interact with the people in their lives and shares the key to improving them. From communicating with their husbands to relating to their kids to caring for their friends, Flaten shows women how to transform their other relationships by first transforming their relationship with God. Her insights and encouragement will help women bridge the gap between their spiritual lives and their daily interactions with others. She & #8217; I'll help them discover ways to enrich and deepen their relationship with God, whi...  More Info
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How to Resolve Rocky Relationships

Every person is affected daily by countless relationships of one kind or another. Some are enjoyable and encouraging, while others drag us down and hurt us. What can we do to make the best of the difficult relationships and resolve the problems that arise in them? In How to Deal with Difficult Relationships, June Hunt looks at the characteristics and causes of problem relationships as well as the solutions that can bring hope, peace, and restoration. With wisdom and compassion she explores what Scripture says about the following key issues: codependency conflict resolution confrontation a critical spirit forgiveness manipulation This newest addition to June Hunt's popular Counseling Through the Bible Series maintains the exceptionally high standard of biblical and practical excellence that June is known for. Readers will find themselves powerfully encouraged as they seek the path toward harmony, better communication, and Christ-centered solutions in their problem relationships.  More Info
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Groove: Relationships Student Journal

If you have been in youth ministry for any length of time, you will quickly learn the one thing that teenagers value most: their relationships. As they move into a world of independence, these relationships help shape their identity and affect their lives for the future.Relationships looks at the key relationships that youth have with their families, friends, and members of the opposite sex. All youth have relationship stories; and the reality is that we can help them navigate those relationships, whether they come from great circumstances or challenging ones. The daily devotions and exercises in the Groove: Relationships Student Journal are designed to help youth dig deeper into the ideas presented in the weekly lessons and move them toward more thoughtful relationships. The Groove Bible study series invites teens to learn the essentials of their faith, own their story, and engage the world in serving Jesus. Each topical study consists of four weekly sessions that are easy to lead and...  More Info
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Define the Relationship

Ken thinks he and Becky are just having fun together. Becky is already picking out bridesmaid dresses. Melissa has decided to break up with Tony. Tony thinks Melissa is the one. Are miscommunications like this unavoidable? What's the best way to end a relationship-or to take it to a more serious level? Chances are, you've heard of The Talk. Every romantic relationship comes to the point where things need to be defined or redefined: Do we become romantically exclusive? Is our relationship ready (or not ready) to move to the next level? What are our boundaries and expectations? Is it possible to just be friends? Getting all the cards on the table. Communicating openly and honestly. It sounds like a great idea, right? The tough question is, how do you communicate in a way that significantly benefits you both-and doesn't leave you dreading those important conversations in the future? In Define the Relationship, you'll find everything you need to know about positively defining and redefini...  More Info
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Relationship Not Religion

Adeola began a quest to know more about God because he felt what he was receiving from church on Sundays wasn't enough. On his journey to knowing more about God, he stumbled upon many things that are of great importance to God in regard to our relationship with Him but that churches seldom talked about or put adequate emphasis upon. Adeola dedicated several months to studying the Word of God in order to seek out why these life-changing discoveries about our relationship with God are so essential. These reasons and relevant passages in the Bible that highlight their significance have all been incorporated into this book.  More Info
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Living in Difficult Relationships

Practical advice for spouses or those in a committed relationship that clarifies the potential within each person to make their marriage or relationship better.  More Info
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Relationships Unfiltered

For more than 50 years, relational or incarnational ministry has been a major focus in youth ministry. But for too long, those relationships have been used as tools---as a means to an end---where adults try to influence students to accept, know, trust, believe, or participate in something. While our motives may be good, it s possible that by focusing on these goals, we re not ministering the whole person. When we choose not to engage in the full life of a student, we run the risk of failing them and our ministry. In this thoughtful and insightful book, Andrew Root challenges us to reconsider our motives and begin to consider simply being with and doing life alongside teenagers with no agenda other than to love them right where they are, by place-sharing. As he shares stories of his (and others ) successes and failures in relational youth ministry, you ll find practical ideas to help you recreate the role of relationships in your youth ministry. If you re involved in the lives of teenag...  More Info
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Authentic Relationships

In a culture that promotes isolation and autonomy, this book reveals life-changing methods for creating healthy relationships and authentic community. Readers learn to apply New Testament principles that capture the essence of Jesus' teachings about effectively caring, serving, and loving one another.Beginning with God's simple command to Love one another, this book shows how to: * develop deep, genuine friendships* model to others a relationship with Jesus* create meaningful interaction with strangers* avoid the pitfalls of judging others* show people love, acceptance, kindness, and respect Complete with discussion questions, this book is appropriate for both individuals and church groups. It is a must for all Christians who wish to practice being the church rather than merely attending one.  More Info
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Sacred Relationships

In the latter part of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Ketuvim, one may find the world's first how-to or self-help book, one that focuses on creating and sustaining human relationships. So says author Rabbi Michael Barclay, who unlocks these writings in a way that reveals new meaning and new relevance for our life with others. Working with ancient sources, Rabbi Barclay demonstrates how each book contains hidden pathways to having a personal, direct, and intimate encounter with God in every relationship and moment of life. He then takes this information, and guides us into using it to deepen our personal relationships with the people around us.For example, in the book of Ruth we learn the value of attaching ourselves to a spiritual teacher. Through the Psalms, we learn how to transcend the primary emotions of grief, fear, and desperation, transforming them into joy and gratitude by recognizing God's presence in al of our feelings.Study groups, individuals looking for spiritual enric...  More Info
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Boundaries and Relationships

< P> More than personal boundaries, this book is really about relationships--healthy and unhealthy ones. Here bestselling author and psychotherapist Charles Whitfield blends theories and dynamics from several disciplines into practical knowledge and actions that your can use in your relationships right now.< /P> < P> This comprehensive book opens with clear definitions and descriptions of boundaries, a self-assessment survey and a history of our accumulated knowledge. Going deeper, it describes the 10 essential areas of human interaction wherein you can improve your relationships. These include age regression, giving and receiving (projection and projective identification), triangles, core recovery issues, basic dynamics, unfinished business and spirituality. It shows in countless practical ways how knowledge of each of these is most useful in your recovery and everyday life.< /P>  More Info
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Working with Relationship Triangles

Virtually all significant relationships are shadowed by a third party another person, a competing distraction, or even a memory. This groundbreaking book provides clinicians with a hands?on guide to working with many different kinds of relationship triangles in therapy with families, couples, and individuals. The authors show why triangles come into being, how to predict their evolving nature, and how they can be dealt with and resolved in treatment. A wealth of clinical case material and treatment suggestions illustrates how thinking in terms of threes, as well as individuals and dyads, can greatly increase therapeutic flexibility and effectiveness. This book will be of interest to therapists from a range of backgrounds working with families, couples, and individuals, as well as students of psychotherapy and counseling. It serves as a text for courses and training programs in individual, couple, and family therapy.  More Info
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Building Better Relationships

Satisfying relationshipswith people begin with a right relationship with God, who empowers us tofeel secure in His love. This eight-session study, ideal forindividuals or small groups, presents a challenge, digs into Scripture,and suggests practical applications.  More Info
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