Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Spa Day

We can’t fix some problems this side of heaven. Yet, some we can. Friday is my day to stay with Mom, who suffers a chronic illness that has stolen her strength and much of her independence. I can’t fix those physical … Continue reading

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Looking for Short Memories and Second Chances

For some, the topic struck a raw nerve. Questions submitted ahead of my presentation, “Keys to Building Personal Brand,” circled a common theme … How do I correct a mistake that left the wrong impression? How do I turn brand-breaker … Continue reading

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Repairing Dents

In 1998, Jim and I bought the car of my dreams. A brand spanking new Chevrolet Lumina. The car of my dreams since it sported my favorite color — metallic red. I babied that beauty. I parked remotely and hiked a … Continue reading

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I Can’t Forgive Him

  That was the plea Corrie ten Boom lifted in prayer as the man extended his hand to her. We know Corrie ten Boom as the author of The Hiding Place, the true story of her family who Nazis imprisoned … Continue reading

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The Look of Forgiveness

I was a not-so-humble 15-year-old when an Italian couple hired me to help in their bakery. My first customer of the day pointed to a display case stocked with chocolate-glazed donuts. “I’ll take a dozen.” I pulled the tray toward … Continue reading

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