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How Did This Happen to Me? (Book 1)

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Finding freedom in our relationships

As humans, we want to be in control. So when we experience a moment where we feel like our world has collapsed—through a broken relationship or traumatic event—we often don’t know how to cope.

What if we surrendered control to the Creator of the universe? Relationships can be simple if we follow God’s intent and appropriate purpose for them. If we desire and chase after intimacy with Christ, our earthly relationships will overflow from that pure and holy endeavor.

King David was called a man after God’s own heart, and he asked of God in Psalms 119:33, “Teach me, Lord, the way of your decrees, that I may follow it to the end.”

Our relationships would be transformed if we took this same approach to live within God’s decrees.

Join GR8 Relationships in Book One of this series, How Did This Happen to Me?, to examine how to use feelings, freedom, forgiveness, and confession in ways that are constructive and life-giving.

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Has your world been rocked by an event you didn’t expect? Are you reeling from a hurt relationship or someone walking out on you?

You are not alone.

In this new book release, How Did This Happen To Me? (Equip Press January 2023), you can read how to start the journey toward better relationships. This is book one in an 8-book series written by Hermann Eben, founder of GR8 Relationships, a ministry that is devoted to helping people restore relationships.

Maybe you are stumbling around trying to figure out how to repair your relationships with your spouse, friend, sister, or parent. In the pages of this book, you will discover “Relationships Made Simple.” This book, and the series, will show you how to use Feelings, Freedom, Forgiveness, and Confession in constructive and life-giving ways. You will begin to understand why your life surprises you. You will ask, “If someone is to blame in a relationship, does that mean there is a problem?”