Abby Johnson, Annette Lancaster, and Sue Thayer offer a behind-the-scenes look at the abortion industry as they describe their past work for Planned Parenthood wherein they initially believed they were helping women in need, but later experienced a radical transformation of their perspective which led them to become the passionate pro-life advocates they are today. …
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In This Series: 1. Forigveness and Restoration 2. The Freedom in Forgiveness 3. Restoration: Four Hurdles You Must Face 4. Building Trust 5. Understanding Forgiveness 6. Reconcilable Differences: A Real-Life Fairy Tale 7. Dr. Bill Maier on Forgiveness and Restoration Why Do We Find It So Hard to Forgive?One reason we resist forgiving is that …
What could be the impact of sharing intimate details about your spouse without their blessing? And what can you do about it after it happens?
The Bible tells us to forgive unconditionally, but it doesn’t say we are to forget immediately. Sometimes it takes time to rebuild the trust that’s been lost.
It could be said that forgiveness is the remission of debt. But, what happens when the one to whom it is owed chooses to forgive it?
In a discussion based on her book Forgive, Let Go and Live, best-selling author Deborah Smith Pegues explains what forgiveness is and isn’t, and highlights the rewards of having a forgiving spirit. She offers practical suggestions for going through the process of forgiveness.
Help your kids live out the principles of grace and forgiveness, understanding how conflict looks when the spirit of a relationship is regulated by humility and forgiveness.
If you’re like many people, you may want to be free of past offenses, but you still carry bitter memories of or hard feelings toward those who have wronged you.
Why do we live in this land of “mostly forgiving?” Why do we find it so hard to forgive and truly forget?