Releasing hurt and anger is never easy. Last week’s message struck a chord with many people so this week I want us to continue to explore what it means to embrace forgiveness. Join us on Sunday as we hear again the importance of forgiveness and lean more tools to help us forgive ourselves and others. Our celebration of Holy Communion will be an opportunity to embrace God’s forgiveness and find strength in God’s Spirit to forgive others.Read More
Release It. If we are going to start over and not carry the burdens and hurts of our past into the future, then we need to learn how to forgive and pardon others. Forgiveness is a choice and not an emotion. Please make the choice to join us by reading or listening, as we learn more about the role of forgiveness in starting over.Read More
When we look at our past mistakes and problems, we often shake our heads and ask, “What was I thinking?” It is an important question to ask, because the second step in staring over well is to Rethink It. If we think the way we used to think, then we will do the things we used to do To do things differently and better we need to think differently about ourselves, our world and those around us. Join us by reading or listening, as learn what can help us rethink it when we need to start over.Read More
Starting over so that this time is different and better than last time means taking three steps:Read More
1. Own it.
2. Rethink It.
3. Release It.
This week we learn the importance of owning up to our mistakes, so that we don’t allow our mistakes to own us. Join us by reading or listening, as we reflect on why we often blame others and how owning our piece of the problem can bring us peace.
We’ve all had the experience of putting something together only to have to take it apart and start over.Read More
In Career, Relationships, and Dreams how do we break the cycle of mistakes and failed attempts Read or Listen as we learn the secret of starting over.