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The Lost Art of Relationship

A Journey to Find the Lost Commandment
Narrated by: Dan Chrystal
Length: 6 hrs and 40 mins
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Relationships are beautiful messes.

A relationship is a journey of discovery - a lost art. In this generation, it has become challenging to deepen and grow personal relationships with each other. Our technology-flooded environment has left many with limited relational experience and a fear of face-to-face connection and meeting new people.

The church has done a decent job of helping people understand the need and importance of a relationship with God, but what about with each other? At the heart of every man, woman, and child is the need for connection - for relationships with people who love them for who they are.

In The Lost Art of Relationship, Dan Chrystal tackles the heart of relationship based on the time-honored instruction to “love your neighbor as you love yourself”. How do we live out this odd instruction? What makes relationships healthy, and what makes them fail? Through Dan’s personal stories and difficult life lessons, listeners will come away encouraged, inspired, and motivated to love the people in their life more fully. If you desire deep and meaningful connections, now is the time to discover the lost art of relationship.  

©2018 The Sophos Group (P)2018 The Sophos Group

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“This book will make you laugh and cry. It will make you look at things in a fresh new way. And it will definitely make you uncomfortable.... [U]ltimately, Dan calls us to live, love, and lead like the Jesus we claim to follow.” (Ray Johnston, author of The Hope Quotient and founding and lead pastor at Bayside Church, Roseville, California)

“Dan has the gift of risk-taking in seeking out and building relationships. If you want a quick fix to relationships, don’t read this book. But, if you want to learn how to build life-long, meaningful friendships, then this book might be for you.” (Dr. Sam Huddleston, assistant superintendent Assemblies of God, Northern California district, and author of Five Years to Life

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Crisis counselor and worker

Great book. it only took me two days to finish listening to it. could not stop. great I formation and we'll read. Thanks brother.