When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 6

Just say no This post—When the Need to Forgive Has Been Hidden—has taken us down some interesting roads. After we…

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When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 5

From darkness to light In the last series, I thanked God for showering me with my favorite things, like chocolate,…

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When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 2

The dreams Today on Choosing Peace, you’ll read about a window, clean sheets, a laundry basket, a china doll and…

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What forgiving is and isn’t, part 11

The parable The last week has been exciting for Brandon and me. We listed our 1967 Airstream on eBay, hoping…

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What forgiving is and isn’t, part 9

The chain and the tunnel This spring, a dove family built their nest in our gutter, just outside our kitchen…

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The trauma of perfection: from denial to healing, part 1 of 6

The anger letter There’s a saying that goes like this: “Truth hurts.” While that may be true initially, I hope…

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Intrusive thoughts, part 1 of 2

Surprise, surprise, surprise If you read the first series on this blog, you’ll recognize the secondary title—Surprise, Surprise, Surprise—from several…

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Traumatic grief, part 4 of 5

Uncover, discover and discard Have you ever dug to the back of your fridge and found something in there that…

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