It’s not easy admitting you were wrong, especially when you need to approach someone you’ve hurt by your actions.
When someone truly repents, it involves a verbal confession emerging from a changed mind and heart. Let's walk through the process of healing relationships with an eye-opening look at the need for confession.
Whether you’re hurting from a loved one’s poor decision, or you need to approach someone and admit your own fault, restoring broken relationships is hardly ever easy. Discover practical tools for your day.
If you’ve hurt someone deeply, an apology isn’t always enough. Sometimes you need to show you’ve changed your ways.
No one is perfect. Even followers of God make mistakes! But, how should the church respond when a member refuses to repent of sin?
How important is church discipline? Let's address important questions as we study the process of relational restoration.
What happens when you confront someone who’s offended you, and they refuse to change their behavior? How do you restore a broken relationship?
Having to correct someone you love can make for an awkward encounter. But approaching them with the wrong attitude can make a difficult situation even worse! Our attitude matters when dealing with confrontation!
Whether a careless word, or thoughtless decision, we’ve all been hurt by those we love. And if we’re not careful, that pain and resentment can fester, developing into a wound that may not heal.
As followers of Christ, we don’t live for this world. We have the hope of heaven to look forward to one day!