Have you experienced setbacks and wished you could turn back the hands of time? Do you struggle 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.
When my son, Ben, was an infant, I wrapped my car around a light pole, causing him a severe head injury. For over twenty years, I wrestled with guilt and condemnation. In upcoming posts, learn practical steps I took to resolve tough emotions.
Stay tuned for posts with fresh insights and practical strategies for self-forgiveness you can use in a deepening relationship with your brilliant Redeemer.
Discover how to:
• Take back your past and activate possibilities for the future
• Reframe regrets, no matter the size
• Steal other people’s promises (and get away with it)
• Heal painful memories
• Track personal growth
• Take your spiritual questions to the next level
For a couple of years, I’ve been writing a book about self-forgiveness that will be released this fall. I eat, breathe, walk, talk and write about self-forgiveness. Oh, and in between writing sessions, I come up with witty new ways to pummel myself so I have plenty of new material.
I’ve prayed with thousands of people one-on-one. My passion is exploring our identity in Christ and the explosive freedom found in forgiveness.
Don’t touch that remote control. Get strengthened. Get refreshed. Get equipped to direct heart-filled grace where it’s needed—beginning with yourself.