By William P. Smith
Trade in your bad relationship habits for something better. Distance, avoidance, and resentment are hallmarks of a relationship in trouble. We sometimes find ourselves tearing down the very relationships we were trying to build. Are we doomed to repeat this cycle forever. In William P. Smith’s book, Loving Well, he lets readers know that they can exchange empty ways for new ones. A rich, practical relationship with Jesus enables you to develop rich, practical relationships with others in spite of your brokenness and theirs. Through Christ, you no longer have to do what you have always done. In short, you can learn to love well.