Traders Point Christian Church
Fight of Your Life | Week 1
Fight For Your Spouse
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  • Traders Point Northwest
    6590 S Indianapolis Rd, Whitestown, IN 46075, United States
    שבת 5:00 אחרי הצהריים, ראשון 9:00 בבוקר, ראשון 11:00 לפני הצהריים
  • Traders Point North
    1242 W 136th St, Carmel, IN 46032, USA
    ראשון 8:30 בבוקר, ראשון 10:00 לפני הצהריים, ראשון 11:30 לפני הצהריים
  • Traders Point Live
    שבת 5:00 אחרי הצהריים, ראשון 9:00 בבוקר, ראשון 11:00 לפני הצהריים
  • Traders Point Downtown
    1201 N Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
    ראשון 8:30 בבוקר, ראשון 10:00 לפני הצהריים, ראשון 11:30 לפני הצהריים
  • Traders Point West
    1251 Dan Jones Rd, Avon, IN 46123, USA
    ראשון 9:00 בבוקר, ראשון 11:00 לפני הצהריים

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Current Series: Fight of Your Life

Relationships can be the source of our most fulfilling moments, and also the places where we experience the deepest hurts. Fighting for your friendships, your marriage, and your family sure isn't easy. But it's worth it.

https://www.tpcc.org/sermon-archive/series/fight-of-your-life/
Your spouse should be your person.
Your person: the person closest and most important to you, no matter what happens
“He is my person. There is no one I’d rather binge watch a TV show with than him. He is my person.”
“She is my person. I am willing to binge watch a really bad TV show with her. She is my person.”
“She is my person. When my team is playing in a big game, I still speak to her and acknowledge her existence. She is my person.”
“He is my person. When his team is playing in a big game, I understand and at peace with the fact that he is going to act like a child, regardless of the outcome. He is my person.”
Most of the time, the most important person in my life is me.
“Only you have complete access to your own selfishness, and only you have complete responsibility for it. So each spouse should take the Bible seriously, should make a commitment to ‘give yourself up.’ You should stop making excuses for selfishness, you should begin to root it out as it’s revealed to you, and you should do so regardless of what your spouse is doing. If two spouses each say, ‘I’m going to treat my self-centeredness as the main problem in the marriage,’ you have the prospect of a truly great marriage.”
(Tim Keller, The Meaning of Marriage)
“This week, no matter what happens … you are going to be the most important person in my life.”