Pastor Chris Seay continues our series, The Story.
Proverbs 17:17; 18:24; 25:17,20
1 Peter 1:6-7
Turns out, there was one—and only one—characteristic that distinguished the happiest 10 percent from everybody else: the strength of their social relationships. My empirical study of well-being among 1,600 Harvard undergraduates found a similar result—social support was a far greater predictor of happiness than any other factor, more than GPA, family income, SAT scores, age, gender, or race. In fact, the correlation between social support and happiness was 0.7. This may not sound like a big number, but for researchers it’s huge—most psychology findings are considered significant when they hit 0.3. The point is, the more social support you have, the happier you are.
— TIME magazine
Good To Me
Because He Lives
Jesus Loves Me
Up To The Mountain