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Do you sometimes feel stuck? Overwhelmed with regret? Good news: one simple step will empower you to think more clearly and take back your heart and home. That one act: forgive yourself. 

Don’t you love the freedoms found in God’s reckless acts of forgiveness? Together, let’s discover purpose on our journeys as we celebrate our identities in Christ, release Holy Spirit joy, and find possibilities in the most unlikely places.

It’s time to get strengthened and equipped and to embrace yourself with heartfelt grace. 



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The Word of God Changes the Fight!

When it comes to knowing your identity in Christ, only one thing points you to True North: the Word of God. Friday night, when I returned home from a long day teaching a noisy class, I brought home their frustrations. They’d raised my dander. (Do hares even have... read more

Rings of Forgiveness ~ Beth Vice

Has a hurtful situation got you down? Today’s guest blogger, delightful Beth Vice, gives hope with her breakthrough story. <><><><><><><><><> Forgiveness is like the rings of a tree—the more we forgive, the... read more

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Go crowd surfing!

When is the last time you crowd surfed? You know, leapt into a mosh pit of concert fans and were swept across waves of undulating hands? My daughter Emily has been to twenty concerts and loves to crowd surf. Emily says: “I went to an August Burns Red concert. I was... read more

A Brush With Death: Lung Clot Trouble!  Part 2

In Part 1, Jesus and I spent the holidays hospitalized with blood clots in my lungs and legs. This week, I take a pass at last week’s questions. Q. I regretted not following a friend’s advice to get in to see a doctor earlier. How do I serve an eviction notice to the... read more

Grace Whistles For You & Holds You to Its Chest

Last Thursday, along with four other authors from the Faith and Culture Writers Connection, I had the chance to speak to inmates in the Oregon State Penitentiary. I encouraged the men to forgive themselves—as each of us needs to—for events in the past.  Here are a... read more