Timothy S. Lane, Paul David Tripp
Your best friend is suddenly cool and distant. Your
spouse can’t stop complaining about your bad habits. Your son refuses to talk
to you. What are you supposed to do?
Plans A, B, and C might be
to shut down, lash out, or get out. But consider Plan D: Recognize that God has
the last word on those messy, conflict-ridden relationships. He can use them to
make you into someone who can give and receive love—with God and others.
Not really. In Relationships: A Mess Worth Making,
Tim Lane and Paul
David Tripp show you how God does it, and how it can happen for you. They help
you tackle the stubborn problems that plague many close relationships. They
show you the deeper issues that drive our reactions, choices, and behaviors.
And they show you how God steps in to help you build relationships that are all
he intended them to be.
Paperback, 178 Pages