Eleven people travelled to Haiti. They learned a lot. Come hear what God taught them about life.
The problem isn’t that we keep making mistakes in our relationships at work or school or home, but that think we can’t do anything and give up. There is a way. Not every relationship was made to be part of a fairytale – some of them feel more like sandpaper than velvet – and all of them are always under construction. God’s got something to say, and we are here to help you hold on while you wait for it to be true, “There is a way.” If you are looking for way, then God is talking to you and we’re here for each other.
No matter how smart you get, how hard you try or how much you rely on God, sometimes relationships don’t work out. Sometimes they crash and burn. Maybe it’s a divorce, maybe it’s a family member or a friend you haven’t talked to in years, maybe someone betrayed you and destroyed part of your life. We are lucky we don’t have a God who scolds and lectures us for this stuff, but who sits us down and says, “This really hurts, doesn’t it?” and then starts looking at what’s next. It’s hard stuff. Good thing we get to do it together.