STRONGER: Insidious DRAMA

Robby Bradfordcharacter, discipleship, drama, grow, interpersonal conflict, leadership development, relate, relationships, Stronger, wisdom0 Comments

FIREWORKS!  Sometimes they’re beautiful, but when fireworks go off in your head or your heart, they can maim or kill relationships. This is the third post on the subject of drama on this blog.  The first one can be found by clicking here.  The second one can be found by clicking here. When a person’s life is full of drama–seeking … Read More

STRONGER–4 Principles of Conflict Resolution

Robby Bradfordfamily, friendship, interpersonal conflict, Jesus Christ, New Testament, relationships, Stronger0 Comments

For the next three weeks, I’ll be posting regarding some area that touches the present series of messages I’m delivering at First Assembly Community Ministries called “Stronger”. “Stronger” is a series of messages focused on becoming stronger at relationships, particularly relationships in the family.  (You can learn more about the “Stronger” series by clicking here. Today, I’m addressing resolving conflict.  Jesus talked about interpersonal … Read More

STRONGER–Series for November 2015

Robby Bradforddiscipleship, family, First Assembly Community Ministries, marriage, relate, relationships, Sunday message series0 Comments

Whether you’re single, married, divorced or widowed, I promise this 4-week series will have something for you. Our relationships with each other are greatly challenged by our basic sinful human nature. In November, we’ll spend some time focused on biblical, practical messages about making our relationships stronger and overcoming some of the tendencies that are with us because we are … Read More

4 Steps to Dealing with Overpowering People

Robby Bradforddiscipleship, interpersonal conflict, leadership, leadership development, relate, relationships0 Comments

So, you’ve got that person in front of you again.  The one you dread meeting at the office or at school or at church.  You have to deal with this person.  There’s really no clear way of getting around them or writing them off.  Instead of just distancing yourself from strong-willed, strong personalities, it’s time to figure out how to … Read More