Posts about Forgiveness

GIve Yourself Grace Give Yourself Grace

Posted by Guest Blogger on June 27, 2019 in Faith, Forgiveness, Guest Blogger, Happiness, Unite, Build, Live

Grace. Grace. Grace. And more grace. I was recently talking to a therapist friend, both of us in private practice, both primary care takers for our babies. We were sharing with each other how we were struggling with feeling like we weren’t doing “enough”. We weren’t working enough, making enough money, etc. That’s when I […]

Know Your Value Know Your Value

Posted by Connie Armerding on February 7, 2019 in Connie Armerding, Contributing Author, Faith, Family, Forgiveness, Marriage, Unite, Build, Live

Inexplicably life has a way of revealing common threads from what seem to be completely unrelated events, seasons, and experiences. One such thread for me has just so happened to center around a household appliance. I know, odd. The story line spans over 15 years, but has come to represent a recurring testimony of the […]

Forbearance Forbearance

Posted by Guest Blogger on December 20, 2018 in Faith, Forgiveness, Freedom, Guest Blogger

Jesus did it. Isn’t that enough? Am I really required to bear my soul to the one who tortured it? Offering my forgiveness is one thing, but seriously? How on earth am I supposed to ask forgiveness from the people who have hurt me the most? With no motive or guarantee of reciprocity? And on […]

The Dance of Grace and Truth Drop the Rock: Jesus’ Grace and Truth

Posted by Guest Blogger on May 10, 2018 in Faith, Forgiveness, Freedom, Guest Blogger

A woman screams in terror as a mob of religious leaders push and shove her towards the city temple. She’s half-dressed because the group of condemners had plotted and waited to catch her in the act. Arriving at the temple steps, the angry crowd shoves her to the ground. She’s covering her face with her […]

How is Forgiveness Possible?

Posted by Dalene Reyburn on November 30, 2017 in Contributing Author, Faith, Forgiveness, Freedom

Freedom is the endeavor of life. We fight for it from birth to death. Babies yell to be free from the high chair at dinner. Kids skive to be free from school. Adults lie and manipulate to be free from responsibilities and poor-choice consequences. The ultimate civil punishment is to take someone’s freedom of movement […]