Monthly Archives: August 2012

Sing Forgiveness With Me

A key purpose of this blog is to supplement the preaching and teaching we do in our Whole Life Offering discipleship training materials. Each month we focus on a different Work of Mercy, and you can see excerpts from each … Continue reading

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The Best (and Most Ordinary) Story of Forgiveness This Month

The month began with a startling story of forgiveness–a victim in the Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting announcing his forgiveness of alleged gunman James Holmes–and it might be tempting to end the month on an equally startling note. (Like, for … Continue reading

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Prioritization: The Key to Getting in the Right Conflicts and Staying Out of the Wrong Ones

Conflict isn’t bad, you know. It’s not even just an unavoidable problem with which we have to do as we mutually muddle through our marred human existences. As Ken Sande notes, conflict actually provides us with almost unparalleled opportunities to: … Continue reading

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