How many of you are part of a family, group of friends, or church where everyone always agrees on what’s best for each other and the group, AND knows and does exactly what needs to be done to help each other get there? Sounds awesome, but it’s really unrealistic. Our relationships are filled with disagreements like what’s best and who decides what’s best and what if we disagree, or when do we step in and help someone who’s struggling and when do we step back and let them fail? When and how do I correct someone I love who I think is being misled and when do we accept differences or just agree to disagree? In this series we’re going to look at some great New Testament teaching to help us apply Jesus’ principles for managing this tension in ways that can help us build lasting relationships and environments that help our families, churches and community thrive.