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A Special Monday Mutual: 20 Relationship resources (for everyone) on Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2017

Valentine’s Day is typically associated with romantic relationships. But no matter if we are single or taken, we are all in relationships. With God, family members, neighbors, co-workers, our kids, other Christians and yes; spouses too.

I let blogging take a back seat for quite a while out of sheer exhaustion. But since it’s the day before the holiday of relationships, here’s a return of the Monday Mutual. It’s packed with my favorite books, articles and sermons on the topic of relationships.

And no, they aren’t all about romantic relationships



Relationships: A Mess Worth Making by Tim Lane

Befriend: Create Belonging in an Age of Judgement, Isolation and Fear by Scott Sauls

The Art of Neighboring: Building Genuine Relationships Right Outside Your Door by Jay Pathack and Dave Runyon

Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Christian Community by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Praying Together: The Priority and Privilege of Prayer in our Homes, Communities and Churches by Megan Hill

Passion and Purity by Elisabeth Elliot

The Path of Loneliness by Elisabeth Elliot

Seasons of Waiting by Betsy Childs Howard


What Did You Expect by Paul David Tripp

This Momentary Marriage by John Piper

Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas

Sermons, Videos and Articles

Single in Christ: A sermon by John Piper

A Beautiful Design: A sermon series by Matt Chandler

The Cost of Gospel Goodbyes (Friendship and Church Planting) An article by Steve Timmis

Settle Down or Marry Up An article by Adam Griffin

4 Ways to Love Singles Well An article by Fabs Harford

Before Your Read Another Book on Marriage An article by Tim Challies

Best Advice for Dating Couples A discussion with Derek Rishmawy, J. D. Greear, and Jen Wilkin

The Best Kind of Self-Care is Care for Others An article by Stacey Hare

Family, Marriage, Sex and the Gospel A sermon by David Platt

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