When you hear the words “bad blood”, there's likely a relationship – whether it be with a friend, parent, neighbour, co-worker, or even a spouse – that comes to mind.
Maybe even as you sit and listen to what's been shared through the beginning of the “Bad Blood” series, you're in a relationship that these exact words could describe.
We all have relationships, past or present, that have had some bad blood come between us.
Often times, when there’s bad blood in a relationship, the easiest thing to do is to let feelings of resentment and bitterness grow without addressing the issue.
That’s the path of least resistance – or so it seems.
It doesn’t make the conflict go away, but it avoids the relational mess of having to deal with the other person. And let's be honest – that seems a whole lot easier to in the moments of choosing to walk away or face the bad blood.
But what if we were called to a higher standard that actually makes relationships better? If you knew how to face conflict well, rather than avoid it, would you?
Join us Sunday and why don’t you bring a friend with you?
Bad Blood — Part 3— A Conversation or a Confrontation | Clay Scroggins
Jesus says if you have bad blood with another person, you should go and have a conversation with him or her. But why should you go, when should you go, and how should you go?
9.00 and 10.30 am | 20 Mills Road, Barrie
Bad Blood — Part 2— Holding On | Clay Scroggins
What should you do about the “bad blood” relationships in your life? This one thing will help you find peace.
9.00 and 10.30 am | Galaxy Cineplex, Orillia