Relational Wellbeing

on the web

Further resources online:

  • The Bereavement Journey

    The Bereavement Journey is a 6 Session course for anyone who has been bereaved.

  • Cherished

    Cherished is a confidential and non-judgmental support group for women who have been broken and isolated due to abuse, offering a safe place to talk with others who have been or are in similar situations.

  • Growing in Community

    More than being a place we go to, the Church is a family where we belong.

  • Relational Freedom

    Regardless of past hurts, God’s heart is for us to know greater relational freedom.

  • The Marriage Course

    Designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage.

  • The Marriage Preparation Course

    The Pre-Marriage Course is a series of five sessions to help engaged couples or those exploring the possibility of marriage, build strong foundations for their future together.

  • The Parenting Children Course

    The Parenting Children Course is for parents and care-givers looking for practical support to strengthen their family relationships.

  • The Parenting Teenagers Course

    The Parenting Teenagers Course is for parents and care-givers looking for practical support to strengthen their family relationships.

books

Our recommendation for further reading on developing relational wellbeing:

  • The People Fuel - John Townsend

    People Fuel outlines the 22 relational nutrients we all need to cultivate good relationships that provide energy, focus, and the support you need to succeed.

  • Loneliness - John T. Cacioppo & William Patrick

    Pioneering research on the startling effects of loneliness.

  • Relationship Goals - Michael Todd

    A candid, inspiring guide to finding lasting love by getting real about your relationship goals.

  • Necessary Endings - Henry Cloud

    A mindset-altering method for proactively correcting the bad and the broken in our businesses and our lives.

  • Keep Your Love On - Danny Silk

    Keeping your love on. It's a hard thing to do. Sometimes it's the hardest thing to do. But if you want to build healthy relationships with God and others, learning to keep your love on is non-negotiable.

  • The 5 Love Languages - Gary Chapman

    Falling in love is easy. Staying in love--that's the challenge. How can you keep your relationship fresh and growing amid the demands, conflicts, and just plain boredom of everyday life?

  • Everybody Always - Bob Goff

    What happens when we stop worrying about a challenging world full of difficult people and instead simply love everybody?

OTHER

Other resources you might find helpful

  • The 5 Love Languages Quizzes

    Learn your love language.