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What Do Ancient Jewish Scholars Say About How to Forgive?

YOU WILL BE SURPRISED There is a core misunderstanding among Evangelicals, Protestants and Catholics today with regard to rabbinical writings on forgiveness. In Matthew 18:21, an enthusiastic Peter asks Jesus “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” The typical explanation follows these lines. “Jewish […]

Yebba, My Mind

Check out this emotional song by Yebba, My Mind. “How could ya? How could you do, do this to me? No way, no way, she can’t take you away from me I sure won’t stay, but I’ll be damned if I ever leave”                         […]

2019 Forgiving Path Holiday Survival Kit #4

Hey look, for most of you, family holiday gatherings are great. God bless you. Felice Navidad. On the other hand, there are many who will struggle with relational stuff, conscious or subconscious. No judgment. We want to help. Elisabetta Franzoso, in her very helpful article, Types of Damaging Fathers and How They Influence Who We […]

2019 Forgiving Path Holiday Survival Kit #2

Holiday family gatherings can be great–or they can be awkward and even toxic. We want to help you. We will focus this year on those so-called “daddy-issues.” By the way, let’s not be extremist. Think of a spectrum from 0-10 where 0 is horrific and abusive daddy issues and 10 is zero daddy issues. Most likely you, or some person that you know, are somewhere in-between. The fact is that only Jesus had no daddy-issues. So. at FP we just like to take people where they are and help them move toward a healthier experience of relationships. Simple. Let’s lean into this together so that your holiday experience is better than it was last year.

Forgiving Path Podcast #102: How To Biblically Forgive?

Dr. Bill Senyard preaching to Urban Life Centurion Church (Johannesburg, S.A.) October 6, 2019. Based upon Jesus parable in Matt 18: 21-35. Bill suggests that we have truly messed this topic up resulting in generation of shamed Christians who can’t and won’t truly forgive. There is another way.