Great danger can arise when we have a relationship breakdown. No matter who is at fault, the Bible has clear instructions on what to do to bring healing and restoration to any relationship. Join Dr. James Merritt as he details the process of reconciliation for both the offender and the offended in the series Fault.

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  • Confession: Start at the Epicenter - June 6, 2021

    As we begin this new series called “Faults,” we are going to begin with the place where every relationship must begin if it is going to be fixed and fixed right and that is in our relationship with God. We are going to start at the epicenter. Do you know what the epicenter is? The epicenter is th...

  • Seismic Shift - June 13, 2021

    Last week, we talked about confession. We said that the first person we must ask forgiveness from whenever we do wrong is God. The good news is we found out last week that God has a perfect record. Every time we sincerely confess our sins to God, God surely forgives us. The problem is too many pe...

  • Planting Your Feet - June 20, 2021

    In Psalm 32, David wrote a song that talks about how he found the way back to redemption, restoration, and reconciliation. At this point in his life, David would have been a prime candidate for the series that we are in, because we’ve said that the first step you must take in order to make things...

  • Surviving the Big One - June 27, 2021

    How do you repair a relationship when you are not the one who ruptured it? It is not me. It is you that broke this. It is not us. It is them that caused the problem. In other words, we are going to answer the tough question, “What do you do when you are not the one that needs to get forgiveness, ...

  • Shockproof - July 4, 2021

    Forgiveness must always be the rule of the day between two followers of Jesus Christ. Both the offended party and the offending party have a biblical responsibility to heal the relationship and to restore what has been ruptured. Now we are going to get into the nitty-gritty of the process of forg...