Authentic Repentance

In a post earlier this month, we examined the art of apologizing and recognized that many times we don’t apologize well. What… read more

Jesus Takes Our Stones

Jesus trained to be a carpenter under his earthly father, Joseph, and probably practiced the trade until he was twenty-nine. Some years … read more

The Two Dimensions of Forgiveness

How often do you find yourself in need of asking for, or extending forgiveness? It happens in my life on a weekly, and often daily, basi… read more

RAP in Action

How's it been going with RAP practice? (No; I'm not referring to the musical genre!) In a post earlier this month, I told you about the… read more

Let It Go

A driver lays on her horn when you absent-mindedly pull in front of her in traffic. You feel the disapproving and judgmental glares of o… read more

Six Words

Forgiveness is essential to our lives. Without forgiveness, no marriage can survive, no family can stay together, and no society can be … read more

The Power of Forgiveness

During Memorial Day weekend, among the moving stories of men and women in service, CBS Sunday Morning interviewed 95-year old WWII veter… read more

On the Church and Forgiveness

It’s amazing how frequently we must deal with the question of forgiveness.  Late this spring, I attended the General Confere… read more