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The Valley—Part A

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Everyone knows pain and suffering to some degree. It's guaranteed for all. As Job said in Job 5:7, "Man is born to trouble." In the message "The Valley," Skip explains that you shouldn't be surprised when you encounter hard times.

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The War Is Over

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Being Around People—While Still Being Sane! - Part B

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Relationships are hard. They take a lot of work. If you think about it, every person in the world is incompatible with every other person. Enough time together would reveal this truth. Because of this, tensions rise, emotions flare, and bad responses ensue. Every friendship, every marriage, every family, and every organization (including every church) has its relational challenges. The church at Philippi did, too, and it was that disunity that tested Paul’s joy. Let’s consider the basics and the basis of successful relationships, and move from surviving them to thriving in them.

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"Your teaching helps me to understand God. My life is not easy and there was a time I was jealous of my husband because he is in heaven and I have to deal with so much. I almost couldn't take it. One day I told God to quit, but then He let me know He is always there, so I decided to go further in my life with Him. It's still not easy but I know one day I will understand."

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