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Making Inspired Choices with Coach Linda - 9

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SHOW TOPIC:  Forgiveness Part 2. Continuing Feb 23rd discussion on how we cope with past hurts and pain.  Are you forgiving, or do you hold onto past hurts and relive them over & over?  What can you gain when you truly let go of the past?  We’ll also discuss: Is reconciliation a must if you forgive? 

HOST BIO: Linda Stephens-Jones, a Certified Christian Life Coach, provides coaching to individuals & small groups live or via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally.  She specializes in helping women to successfully manage major challenges such as relationship issues, career, self-doubt, or lack of purpose.  Her clients discover their strengths, gain clarity & confidence and take steps to live more fulfilling lives!  For more info or free discovery session see her website: www.lindastephensjones.com.

GUEST BIO:  Mrs. Angelia Griggs Atkins, from Macon, GA, considers it a pleasure & honor to serve her family, church & community.   Recently retired from a 31-year federal career as a Logistician at Robins Air Force Base (Warner Robins, GA), she is newly appointed to the Advisory Board for the Macon Youth Development Center where she also mentors teen girls during their detention.   Angela is Vice President of the Macon Alumni Chapter of Talladega College and an active servant leader in the Universal Light Christian Center, as an ordained Deacon, chair of the Pastor’s Action Committee, a Trustee on the Financial Board, and leader for weekly noon bible study.  Angelia believes that God has been too good to her throughout her life to focus on the bad/negative events; or to allow them to paralyze her and prevent her forward movement.  She believes that these events made her strong, and sustained her to be light, hope and help (through service) to others.

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