31 Ways to Enjoy Highly Relational Holidays

31 Ways to Enjoy Highly Relational Holidays

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Holiday turkey dinnerFor most people, the holidays are like the French Revolution: they are either the best of times or the worst of times, a time of relational wisdom or a time of relational foolishness (to paraphrase Charles Dickens).

To help you make this season the best of times, we’ve compiled thirty-one of our most popular blog posts, all of which apply to the special but often stressful interactions we all experience during the holidays.

I encourage you to set up a reminder on your computer or phone to read one of these posts each day between now and Christmas. You’ll be surprised how often you find an immediate application of each key principle.

If you’d like to help others in your family, church or workplace enjoy a more joyful holiday season as well, please share this compilation with them via email, Facebook, or Twitter … or even your church newsletter.

The more you and those around you practice relational wisdom over the next month, the more likely you are to experience the peace and closeness we all long for during this special time of the year.

May God grant you and those you love the most relational, Christ-centered holiday season ever!

– Ken Sande

Permission to distribute: Please feel free to download, print, or electronically share this message in its entirety for non-commercial purposes with as many people as you like.

© 2014 Ken Sande

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2 Responses to "31 Ways to Enjoy Highly Relational Holidays"
  1. Thanks so much. This is a truly useful list (coming with good timing) and I anticipate referring to it allot in the coming weeks & the New Year. I continue to pray (giving thanks daily) for you and your family as you all endure your treatment.

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