Royal Pains: How to Deal With Difficult People

Royal Pains: How To Deal With Difficult People (without being one of them)

A Front Porch Friday Series with Laurie Cole

Difficult people. Sooner or later, you’re gonna have to deal with them. The only question is, how? 

Join Laurie for a super-practical Front Porch Friday series that will teach you:

  • The essentials of handling difficult people in a biblical way
  • 8 of the most common types of difficult people
  • Specific andbiblical instructions for dealing with all 8

Click the links below to join Laurie on the porch and watch each week of this video series!

3 comments on “Royal Pains: How to Deal With Difficult People' Janet Muniz says:

    Dear Laurie, I just want to thank you so much for this study! As a small group bible study leader, it is so helpful to know how to address the difficult situations that arise in a manner consistent with God’s Word. Thank you, thank you, thank you! God bless you and your family. I am looking forward to what you will be teaching about next.
    Janet Muniz
    The Rock Church
    San Diego, CA' JessNicole says:

    Lately, I’ve been in need of spiritual enrichment to help me work with difficult people (without becoming one of them). This Bible studies series is just what I needed. I know that God has blessed me and called me to work in ministry as a leader but at times I become discouraged and even a little perplexed and upset about all the different personalities that I encounter. However, I try to remember that at one time someone worked with me and my personality so I’m reminded of the importance of being humble and loving and receive others kindly in order to bring out the the best in both them and me. I’m looking forward to reviewing this series and believe that it will increase my motivation to continue God’s work with my brothers and sisters in the ministry.
    Thank you.

    WUNPARALEGAL@GMAIL.COM' TiredSista says:

    Laurie – this is great. I ditto my sister JessNicole above…this work can be rewarding and excruciating all in the same day. Bless you!

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