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In this new series we will be taking a look at the life of Jacob (from the book of Genesis). And even though his life and family can appear messy, we see God working things out for a redemptive purpose. We believe that God is also redeeming our lives! Join us for a series all about relationships and let's see what God reveals to us as we dive into His word. 
We hope the resources below will help support you, your small group, or your family during our Relationships message series.

What Do I Do With My Life?: Just Do Something (Deep Dive)

Each week, Calvary Teaching Pastors take a Deep Dive into the passage or focus of that week.

What Do I Do With My Life?: Just Do Something (Deep Dive)

Each week, Calvary Teaching Pastors take a Deep Dive into the passage or focus of that week.

Other Resources

Listed below are other resources to help us better understand Paul's Letter to the Galatians. 


Sacred Marriage

Sacred Marriage: What If God Designed Marriage to Make Us Holy More Than to Make Us Happy?

What if God designed marriage to make you holy instead of happy? What if your relationship isn't as much about you and your spouse as it is about you and God?

In Sacred Marriage, bestselling author Gary Thomas uncovers the ways that your marriage can become a doorway to a closer walk with God and with each other. Join over one million others who have already uncovered Thomas's tips for fostering a sacred marriage.



7 Myths about Singleness

7 Myths about Singleness

Much of what we commonly assume about singleness―that it is primarily about the absence of good things like intimacy, family, or meaningful ministry―is either flat-out untrue or, at the very least, shouldn’t be true. To be single, we often think, is to be alone and spiritually hindered.

But the Bible paints a very different picture of singleness: it is a positive gift and blessing from God. This book seeks to help Christians―married and unmarried alike―value singleness as a gift from God so that we can all encourage singles to take hold of the unique opportunities their singleness affords and see their role in the flourishing of the church as a whole.



Generation to Generation

Generation to Generation: Family Process in Church and Synagogue

This acclaimed, influential work applies the concepts of systemic family therapy to the emotional life of congregations. Edwin H. Friedman shows how the same understanding of family process that can aid clergy in their pastoral role also has important ramifications for negotiating congregational dynamics and functioning as an effective leader. Clergy from diverse denominations, as well as family therapists and counselors, have found that this book directly addresses the dilemmas and crises they encounter daily. It is widely used as a text in courses on family systems and pastoral care.



The Healing Path

The Healing Path: How the Hurts in Your Past Can Lead You to a More Abundant Life

None of us escapes the heartache and disappointments of life. To live is to hurt, and we all have the wounds to prove it. Regardless of how we've been hurt, we all face a common question: What should we do with our pain? Should we stoically ignore it? Should we just "get over it"? Should we optimistically hope that everything will work out in the end?

If we fail to respond appropriately to the wounds that life and relationships inflict, our pain will be wasted; it will numb us or destroy us. But suffering doesn't have to mangle our hearts and rob us of joy. It can, instead, lead us to life--if we know the path to healing.

Healing is not the resolution of our past; it is the use of our past to draw us into deeper relationship with God and his purposes for our lives. If you're ready to shape a future characterized by love, service, and joy, now is the time to step out onto The Healing Path.