As We Forgive Our Debtors

Author: Teresa A. Sullivan
Publisher: Beard Books
ISBN: 9781893122154
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Bankruptcy in America is a booming business, with hundreds of thousands of ordinary Americans filing for bankruptcy each year. Is this dramatic growth a result of mushrooming debt or does it reflect a moral decline that permits the middle class to evade their debts? As We Forgive Our Debtors addresses these questions with hard empirical data drawn from bankruptcy court filings. The authors of this multidisciplinary study describe the law and the statistics in clear, nontechnical language, combining a thorough statistical description of the social and economic position of consumer bankrupts with human portraits of the debtors and creditors whose journeys have ended in bankruptcy court. Book jacket.

As We Forgive

Author: Catherine Claire Larson
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310560292
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Inspired by the award-winning film of the same name.If you were told that a murderer was to be released into your neighborhood, how would you feel? But what if it weren’t only one, but thousands?Could there be a common roadmap to reconciliation? Could there be a shared future after unthinkable evil? If forgiveness is possible after the slaughter of nearly a million in a hundred days in Rwanda, then today, more than ever, we owe it to humanity to explore how one country is addressing perceptual, social-psychological, and spiritual dimensions to achieve a more lasting peace. If forgiveness is possible after genocide, then perhaps there is hope for the comparably smaller rifts that plague our relationships, our communities, and our nation. Based on personal interviews and thorough research, As We Forgive returns to the boundary lines of genocide’s wounds and traces the route of reconciliation in the lives of Rwandans—victims, widows, orphans, and perpetrators—whose past and future intersect. We find in these stories how suffering, memory, and identity set up roadblocks to forgiveness, while mediation, truth-telling, restitution, and interdependence create bridges to healing. As We Forgive explores the pain, the mystery, and the hope through seven compelling stories of those who have made this journey toward reconciliation. The result is a narrative that breathes with humanity and is as haunting as it is hopeful.

As We Forgive Those

Author: Andrew Smith
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780573132063
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When Sophie's teenage sister turns up at her flat one evening after an absence of four years, Sophie's suspicions are roused. Why is she there? Where has she been? And how does she know so much about Sophie's life? Then when Sophie's roommate Jen arrives home, she recognizes Alex from the previous evening - as the person who mugged her.

As We Forgive

Author: Dahveed Bar-Daniel
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781520869506
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Holding a grudge is like a cancer. It slowly eats away at you until there is nothing left. Most of us want forgiveness from God but we don't understand how important it is for us to forgive others. "As We Forgive" takes a hard look at forgiveness from a biblical perspective - what God expects of us and how we can learn to forgive others, even as the Sovereign Lord God has forgiven us.

As We Forgive Those

Author: Jessie Ptak
Publisher: Finishing Line Press
ISBN: 9781635341911
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As We Forgive Those stumbles over a young mother's grief, a grief that comes in many forms as a girl and during the early years of motherhood. As old beliefs die, acceptance, clarification of purpose, and perspective fill the spaces that were once left empty.

Forgiving As We ve Been Forgiven

Author: L. Gregory Jones
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830868179
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Christians are supposed to forgive others as we've been forgiven. But hearing the call to forgive is different from knowing how to practice forgiveness at home and in the world. Forgiveness is about more than the isolated acts and words of individuals. To forgive and be forgiven, we need communal practices and disciplines for a way of life that makes for peace. Greg Jones and Célestin Musekura describe how churches and communities can cultivate the habits that make forgiveness possible on a daily basis. Following the Rwandan genocide, Musekura lost his father and other family members to revenge killings. But then he heard God tell him to forgive the killers. The healing power of forgiveness in his own life inspired him to work for forgiveness and reconciliation across Africa. Jones, author of Embodying Forgiveness, interacts with Musekura's story to show how people can practice forgiveness not only in dramatic situations like genocide but also in everyday circumstances of marriage, family and congregational life. Together they demonstrate that forgiving and being forgiven are mutually reciprocating practices that lead to transformation and healing.

How to Forgive and Move On Teach Yourself

Author: Jenny Hare
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444190121
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This book will explore what forgiveness is, why and how it has been esteemed through the ages, why it's crucial to us today and how we can each adopt the practise and wisdom of forgiveness to enrich our own and others' lives, and help our world. It will give you the power to step back from emotions like hurt and blame, and show you how to move towards a feeling of forgiveness instead. It shows you that learning to forgive will nourish your self-esteem and well-being, and that making forgiveness and compassion a part of your day to day existence will heal not only your own life but help to heal the wider community.