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Love That Lasts

"Love That Lasts" is based off the teachings of Rev. Adam Hamilton and his work "Love to Stay." This sermon uses his teachings as a framework, working my own stories into the mix. I'm grateful for Rev. Hamilton's work and hope you are as blessed as I am with this series. 

Love That Lasts: Clothe, Bear With, Forgive

"Love That Lasts" is based off the teachings of Rev. Adam Hamilton and his work "Love to Stay." This sermon uses his teachings as a framework, working my own stories into the mix. I'm grateful for Rev. Hamilton's work and hope you are as blessed as I am with this series. 

Clothe, Bear With, ForgiveMay 20/21, 2017 Scripture: Colossians 3: 12-13
Today we are continuing our sermon series on marriage and relationships called “A Love That Lasts.” So far we’ve looked at God’s desire to place us in community, with partners that build each other up and encourage each other to fulfill God’s dreams for each of us. We’ve also looked at the differences between men and women and asked the question, “How can I be the person he or she needs me to be?” Last week we delved into some difficult topics as we considered habits that hurt and habits that heal. Today we’re going to look at perseverance and how we can stick to our commitments when the going gets tough.

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Love to Stay: Habits That Hurt, Habits That Heal

"Love That Lasts" is based off the teachings of Rev. Adam Hamilton and his work "Love to Stay." This sermon uses his teachings as a framework, working my own stories into the mix. I'm grateful for Rev. Hamilton's work and hope you are as blessed as I am with this series. 

Habits That Hurt, Habits That HealMay 13/14, 2016 Scripture: Ephesians 4: 29-32, 1 Thess. 4: 1-7
There’s a story I once read about a wife who desperately tried to get her husband to fix the broken lawn mower, but every time she asked, he always had something more important to do. Whether it was making his next tee time or working on his sports car, he never seemed to get around to fixing the mower. Finally, the wife had enough. When her husband got home from work the next day, he found her slowly cutting each blade of grass with a small pair of scissors. After watching silently for a few moments, he ran into the house and grabbed a toothbrush. Handing it to his wife, he said, “After you’re…