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Speaking to the Soul: Forgiveness

The next time you find yourself trapped in the same old sin, whatever it is, ask yourself, “What did I really hope to gain?” There’s a very good possibility that it’s something you already have.

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Speaking to the Soul: Mercy Endures

God is no chump. If he keeps coming back, then there must be something real about that seventy-times-seven. If he’s modeling forgiveness, then we know we’re supposed to be loving and forgiving in our relationships, too, but that’s a challenge.

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Being terrible

In the Magazine this month, we’re exploring forgiveness. In this piece Kelly Wilson, reflects on his own ability to be a terrible person and the struggle to accept God’s love anyway.

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to forgive, divine

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring forgiveness. In this article, Deacon Tom English reflects on its absence on the criminal justice system and how we might begin to make the decision for forgiveness in reflection of God’s mercy

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Finding God in New Orleans

In the magazine this month we’re exploring forgiveness. In this piece, Tommy Dillon recounts the power of community as God’s vehicle of grace in the aftermath of Katrina.

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