Healthy Fellowship Tips

All believers know we are to love God and love others, but in reality, loving others doesn’t always come naturally. We all have issues, hurts, learned behaviors, and bad habits. Additionally, none of us are always going to be at the same mile marker along our faith journey. Not to mention, some people are at a place in their life that makes them unsafe. Regardless, it is likely at some point, conflict or offenses of some kind will manifest in our relationships and group fellowships. Hopefully, when such things do occur, we can allow the Holy Spirit to further mature us in God’s love for one another like a teachable moment in His time and His way. This past week, I stumbled upon a few teaching videos that help us love one another when conflict inevitably arises. I thought I would share with any followers for it is important we learn to love, which includes at times, tough love, even when it gets ugly.

This video had many great points about how to deal with people and issues that arise.
As a survivor of domestic violence, I could see some of these points being in abusive people.
This book changed my life – I read it in secret on my lunch breaks when in an abusive marriage.