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Avoiding Relationship Problems

Dealing With Life’s Hardships

Join Pastor Jeff Piepho in our “Avoiding Relationship Problems” series as we delve into the importance of asking four crucial questions to mend and strengthen relationships. Guided by Proverbs 9:12, we’ll uncover how taking ownership of our actions, breaking patterns, understanding our relationship dynamics, and embracing God’s love can lead to more fulfilling and authentic…

Keeping Your Friendship Expectations Realistic

Join Pastor Jeff Piepho in our series, “Avoiding Relationship Problems,” as we dive into the significance of having realistic expectations in relationships. Discover how to accept imperfections, avoid having unrealistic expectations, and prioritize honesty and personal growth. Seek friends who openly acknowledge their faults, are sincere about their mistakes, commit to genuine change, and value…

Choosing Your Friends Carefully

In “You Can’t Change Unwilling People,” Pastor Jeff Piepho’s sermon from the “Avoiding Relationship Problems” series, he emphasizes the importance of choosing friends wisely, based on Proverbs 12:26 and insights from Henry Cloud. Pastor Jeff uses personal stories and biblical wisdom to show that the friends we choose greatly influence our lives. He suggests looking…

You Can’t Change Unwilling People

In “You Can’t Change Unwilling People,” part of the “Avoiding Relationship Problems” series, Jeff Piepho explores the crucial lesson that we can only change ourselves, not others. Drawing from Proverbs 1:20-33 and other scriptures, this sermon highlights the importance of understanding and respecting personal boundaries. It teaches that while advice and guidance can be offered,…

You Can’t Rescue Angry People

Discover key insights in Jeff Piepho’s sermon “You Can’t Rescue Angry People,” part of the “Avoiding Relationship Problems” series. Focusing on Proverbs 19:19, Piepho addresses how to deal with hot-tempered individuals effectively and compassionately. He emphasizes the importance of not shielding these individuals from the consequences of their actions, encouraging personal responsibility and growth. This sermon is essential for anyone looking to handle anger in relationships in a healthy, God-honoring way.

You Can’t Please Unpleasable People

Listen to Jeff Piepho’s talk “You Can’t Please Unpleasable People” and learn why it’s better to trust in God than to try and make everyone happy. In this talk, Jeff uses easy-to-understand lessons from the Bible, like Proverbs 29:25, to show us that we should focus on God’s plan for us, not on worrying about…