Sermon Date: October 29, 2017
Speaker: Pastor Martin Hawley
Every relationship has a climate-sunny, stormy, or even icy, and the current climate dictates the forecast. On Sunday, October 22 at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m., South Bay Bible Church will begin a new, four-part series entitled, "Climate Change: Dealing with Stormy & Icy Relationships."
The problem is that many of us are unaware of the emotional climates we carry around with us. In this 4-part series by Pastor Hawley, we will discover how we affect the emotional climate when we arrive home or step into a meeting at work, and we will look at three of the most significant climate shapers in any relationship.
"The truth is everyone has at least one relationship that could use a climate change, and until the climate changes, the forecast will remain the same," says Martin Hawley, senior pastor.
Part 2 of 4: Do you have a friendship that has drifted? Or a marriage that is distant? Do you have a co-worker you've been avoiding? Or is it just the conflict you've been avoiding? In this message, Pastor Hawley reveals the two very interesting words Solomon used to describe behavior that will "win favor. . . in the sight of God." And they are two words that may help you navigate the conflicts you've been avoiding.