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Rich & DawnCheré Wilkerson — Make or Break: The Other Side
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“There are two sides to every story.” Sound familiar? In our relationships with family, friends, or coworkers, it may be hard to see the other’s perspective, but for them to work we must see their side of the story. Humility tells us it’s best we seek to understand before we seek to be understood.
Launching “Make or Break,” a new collection of talks on why some relationships last and others don’t, Pastors Rich and DawnCheré Wilkerson share “The Other Side.”
When we hold onto the reigns of our past we’re led to our defaults. We tend to go back to where we’ve felt the most comfortable, even though it’s not our calling. Peter experienced this when he went back to fishing after denying Jesus three times. Fortunately, Peter got to share his heart with Jesus. And like that, their relationship saw restoration. This example proves we should also lend others the chance to speak, to build empathy for them despite feeling betrayed.
Instead of fighting for ourselves, we should fight for the relationship. It may be challenging to shift perspectives, but when we get over ourselves not only can we make our relationships whole, we can make them holy.