Tag Archives: forgiveness

Message from the Passed

Have you ever received a message from a dead person? I did this weekend! Continue reading

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A Greater Grace

To show mercy and seek good for someone who has done you great harm: this is what it means to follow Christ. Continue reading

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Golden Gloves & White Robes (Sunday School with Alex Gordon)

Once I’ve practiced Jesus as much as Alex Gordon has practiced baseball, I’ll be able to forgive without even breaking a sweat! Continue reading

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The Pragmatism of Apology

Learning how to offer a sincere and effective apology is one of the most useful skills we can develop. Some of us, like me, will have to use it more than others… Continue reading

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Fishing Trip

As long as we choose forgiveness, there’s not much that happens between fathers and sons that a good fishing trip can’t make better… Continue reading

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In Praise of Gentleness

Gentleness may be an art more praised than practiced, but it is a fine art nonetheless. Continue reading

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Pep Talk

How we think about and speak about others says more about us than them… and affects our health and happiness. Continue reading

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