The Bible tells us to forgive seventy times seven, meaning each time someone hurts us or we are wronged, we need to forgive. After all, as Christians we’ve been forgiven beyond measure. But let’s face it, forgiving doesn’t always mean forgetting. What does Scripture say? How can we truly forgive and get distance from a wrong done against us? What if the person you’re struggling to forgive is yourself? The panel explores the implications with plenty of stories of hurt and healing.
Guests: Rachel Jones,
As young adults sometimes we coast or “tinker” until a friend or relative crosses a major milestone. But when we see exciting change in others’ lives, we start asking ourselves the tough questions about life, love, work and the future. Are we where we should be? Is this really all there is — or is the grass proverbially greener somewhere else? Singleton Rachel Jones is there, but says she’s finding some answers to life’s tough questions. From inadequacy to loneliness to feeling left behind, Rachel’s with us on the journey but has hope for where we’re going.
Guests: Rob Jackson,
Someone set him up on a couple dates, but neither one ended up working out. In one case, he was turned down outright when he expressed interest in pursuing her. The rejection brought a wave of hopelessness and loneliness over him that he’s having a hard time shaking. Counselor Rob Jackson offers words of comfort.