As promised, here is my two-cents worth of advice to complete our 3-part discussion. This time of year, we tend to reflect and assess our lives, purpose, and impact on others. Invariably, there are people we have hurt and repairs we ought to make. Likewise, there are people who have hurt us that we ought to forgive. Forgiveness is powerful and important for the extender and the receiver. Forgiving releases both the forgiver and the forgiven from the imprisonment of resentment and negativity so that each can experience the fullness of God’s love in us and through us. I make it sound easy, don’t I? I do not mean to. In fact, extending forgiveness is exceedingly difficult…

December 14, 2020

Regret and Forgiveness, Part 3


Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

December 11, 2020

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No One Is Listening To Parents About Virtual Learning

Stacy Washington

December 9, 2020

Regret and Forgiveness, Part 2

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

December 8, 2020

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Why Pain is Necessary?

Demetrius Minor

November 30, 2020

Regret and Forgiveness

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

November 25, 2020

Thankful for Trouble?

Demetrius Minor

November 23, 2020

The Last Piece of Pie

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz

November 18, 2020

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We Don’t Shrink Back…

Stacy Washington

November 17, 2020

Unity that Divides

Demetrius Minor

November 16, 2020

Friendships, Part 3

Dr. Marie Yvette Seltz