Everywhere you look these days, it seems as if everyone is divided over something. It could be political issues, the economy, or the pandemic. Even in the church as a whole, sometimes there is division.
I think we’ve all realized through the pandemic that we need face-to-face human interaction. Communicating through Zoom or social media is no substitute for in-person conversations. Also, hiding behind a computer often encourages us to say things we may not say directly to someone’s face.
Now that most of the world has opened up and things are somewhat normal again, it’s time to begin thinking about our relationships. Are they healthy? Or are they toxic and draining?
The Bible has lots to say about healthy relationships. So, I believe that’s where we should look as we work on our relationships.
This month’s Scripture Writing Plan features verses that help us know how to cultivate healthy relationships. They show us how we are to act toward and respond to others. And they teach us how to know when we are in unhealthy or toxic relationships.
Visit the Scripture Writing Plan page to download the current month’s plan. You will also have the opportunity to access the Scripture Writing Plan Archives to download plans with other topics.