It’s something we’re faced with everyday: whether to relate or not relate to the countless people in our circles. From the time we’re born, relationships are constantly shaping who we are and how we react to the world around us. We are all looking to have healthier, more meaningful relationships, so where do we start?
Our ability to relate to others begins with our ability to receive what God has given and is giving us. We have to be able to receive what God has for us before trying to have a meaningful relationship with ourselves and with those around us.
Relat(able) looks at relationships the way God intended for them to be; looking at how we relate to God, ourselves, our parents, our friends, in dating and marriage and in relationships that seem impossible to fix. What if instead of looking for the right person, we become that person, that friend or spouse everyone is looking for? What if we start holding ourselves to the standards we expect of those around us? We only have one life to leave a permanent mark on eternity; why not make our relationships count?