Monday, April 27, 2020

What forgiveness may not achieve



Hi everyone,

The Bible is clear about two principles:

1. We always need to forgive, but

2. We don't always achieve reconciliation.

Forgiveness is something that we do in our hearts. We release someone from a debt that they owe us. We write off the person's debt, and they no longer owe us. We no longer condemn them.

One party is needed for forgiveness: me (you)

The person who owes you a debt does not have to ask for your forgiveness. It is a work of grace in your heart.

Let's learn more about what forgiveness does, and what forgiveness is not.

Until next time ...

Cheers,

Henry 
P.S. Let’s connect more! See previews of Boundaries.Me on YouTube, and join me here on Instagram!

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

CR Online Every Tuesday

During this COVID19 pandemic we are meeting online every Tuesday night at 6PM followed by Zoom Open Share Groups at 7PM. For more info on how to watch go to...

Watch the Livestream at:
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Saturday, April 11, 2020

We all need to connect to this right now



Hi everyone, 
When life gets crazy, we all need to be more connected to things that transcend day to day life. We need to be grounded in things that never change, like strong values, freedom, patriotism, love for others, and a spiritual life. Research has shown that spiritual beliefs and a meaningful relationship with a higher power are advantageous to our health and well-being. Faith overcomes fear. This might be a good time to deepen your own spiritual life, or do some honest seeking if you do not have one. The more you are grounded in values, contributions, relationships, and spiritual truths that outlast life itself, you will be lifted to a higher plane and what goes on around you will be more in perspective.
All this week we’ve been talking about trauma and PTSD, how it works in the brain, and what happens to a person when they’re experiencing it. You can still access that conversation right here.
Additionally, if you want to learn more about developing your spiritual life and getting your spiritual needs met, you can hear more from me in this conversation. 
Until next time … 
Cheers, 
Henry