“The history of human life,” wrote Our Daily Bread Ministries founder M. R. DeHaan, M.D., “is the history of breaking.” Such brokenness extends beyond childhood toys and the family automobile. It touches everything in our world.
Nowhere do we feel the pain of brokenness more profoundly than in our relationships. There, rifts happen so easily. Thoughtless words are spoken, careless acts are committed or important things neglected. Someone gets offended and a painful process of alienation begins. What we do next is critical.
In this booklet by James Pittman, we’ll look at practical wisdom from the Bible that addresses the crucial question: What do you do with a broken relationship?
Mart De Haan