Every fighter who steps in the octagon realizes there will come a time when they have to hang up the gloves. They’ll no longer be able to keep up in the octagon, and it’s time to retire. But with the family octagon, the fight for...

One of the most common situations in the family octagon today is that of the blended family. But how many of those families are really less ‘blended’ and more ‘disjointed’? How can families from different backgrounds, different fighting techniques learn to live and grow together?...

In order to be complete, an octagon needs eight sides. If any one of those sides is missing, the structure will not stand up to the rigors it faces. In this message, Pastor Ed Young looks at the eight sides of discipline from God’s perspective....

Discipline is traditionally one of the biggest battles families face in the octagon. It's often the final round, the deciding factor in the battle. It's also something God wants everyone to fully understand and embrace. In this message, Pastor Ed Young looks at eight practical...

Any fighter knows that to fight and win, he or she must be trained to take on their opponent. They must have a strategy in place. And they’ve got to be prepared for the opening bell of the main event. In this message, Pastor Ed...

Every fighter knows that the battle begins long before entering the octagon. They also know that one of the toughest parts of any fight is the pre-fight weigh in - often just hours before the fight. Fighters work tirelessly to trim the fat and sculpt...

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