As parents, we know the heartache that comes when a child has chosen the wrong path. Whether they’ve walked away from the faith, or are simply making poor choices, we long for them to return to the safety of our home.
We enjoy celebrating special occasions and accomplishments, such as anniversaries, graduations, and weddings. But what about when someone repents and comes home?
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.
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.
We all influence one another by what we say and how we act. And if we’re not careful, our actions can even cause someone to drift away from God!
Did you know that when we forgive others, we reflect the forgiveness God bestows on each of us? Discover the positive effect the habit of forgiveness has on us!
Even when we’ve forgiven someone for hurting us, it’s not always easy to forget the pain that was caused. Perhaps you’re struggling to mend a broken relationship right now.
Resentment is an inevitable part of being wounded by someone’s words or actions. And if we don’t release that resentment, we’ll wind up hurting ourselves even more!
In Luke chapter seventeen, verse four, Jesus says if someone sins against you, and repents, you’re to forgive them.
There are times when forgiveness seems impossible. You may be in a fractured relationship right now, unsure if things can be mended.