Living With You, Living With Me
As Christians we believe that the gospel impacts the whole of our lives and especially our relationships with one another, for they are at the core of what we are and do. But too often the message we proclaim in...
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As Christians we believe that the gospel impacts the whole of our lives and especially our relationships with one another, for they are at the core of what we are and do. But too often the message we proclaim in compromised and discredited by our behaviour and fractured relationships.
The relational principles contained within these pages have the potential to: Help us become more positive about our own lives Transform our relationships Increase our capacity to contribute to others Resolve conflict in ways that will help us grow spiritually and relationally The application of these principles will improve relationships across the church in general as we demonstrate with more integrity what it means to live together as God's family. If your heart beats for healthier relationship within your church, then this is the book for you.
Kel Willis is director of Christian Growth Ministries, a non-denominational organisation ministering to the church at large. The past 25 years Kel has spent in itinerant Bible teaching, with a particular emphasis upon Ministry to pastors and leaders within local churches. Kel is Chairperson of Morling College Council and Vice Chair of Sydney Missionary and Bible College. An ordained Baptist minister, Kel is a gifted Bible teacher and communicator. He conducts teaching programs and seminars covering areas of need currently evident in the church and community. Kel has had considerable experience over the past years, both in a church consultancy role and in conflict resolution. He is the author of six books including, Clearing the Cobwebs, Escaping Mediocrity, The Experience Trap, Preaching for Impact and Living With You, Living With Me.