We are called in the Christian faith to a life of responsibility and trust, a life of love and forgiveness, a life of meaning and purposeful service in whatever corner of humanity God has placed us.  Those who have heeded that clear call through Christ in their marriages have found, in truth, that it is precisely in

Forgiveness is a process – a journey.  As much as we might like forgiveness to be a “forgive and forget” moment, lives do not work that way.  Old hurts have a way of resurfacing as we are led to examine a new facet of a wound we hoped had healed.  Forgiveness is a commitment to face life

“To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.”    — C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory and Other Addresses, 1980, p. 125   “It is to the prodigals…that the memory of their Father’s house comes back.  If the son had lived economically he would never have thought

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