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Most Believers have at least a basic undertanding of what repentance and reconciliation are, yet when it comes to "restoration" thats where things get fuzzy, and incredibly subjective. On this broadcast of Real Talk Radio, the panel will dig deep into this topic. Call into to share your thoughts on this topic...661-449-9951 #Restorationwhatisit
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Reconciliation is a difficult task when unforgiveness and hidden sin take cover beneath the backdrop of offences. Many times, much of our intolerance for the faults of others are a mere reflection of the guilt and shame harbored by our own. Is there a way to heal and mend relationships that have been torn apart due to unforgiveness? How can we truly seek to be reconciled when these issues are not addressed? What does the word of God have to say about getting there?
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Crying Aloud... The Ministry of Reconciliation
Have we lost sight of the Great Commission? In the modern church, many have neglected the core ministry of all believers. In this segment, Joy discusses the biblical expectations of God's people... the minimum requirement for ministry.
Topic: From Wrecked Relations to Reconciliation - Relationships Born Again The greatest area of procrastination in many peoples lives is the delay in repairing relationships. Unforgiveness is more explosive and destructive than TNT. As dads how do we get past the hurdles of hurt to give and receive forgiveness?
Marianne Jago-Bassingthwaighte is a researcher and story-teller on humanitarian aid, with a focus on empowerment, gender equality and sustainability. Her work is increasingly focussed on mentoring and personal development, and she is particularly interested in facilitated transformation processes (transpersonal coaching, shamanic visioning, gender reconciliation).
Marianne is a lawyer by training, and formerly worked as an Australian Government aid worker, including in Myanmar and Chile. She was a resident of San Francisco Zen Centre (2008 - 2009) where she undertook extended zen practice periods. Marianne moonlights as a refugee activist, singer/songwriter, & aspiring memoirist (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Join us tonight as we continue to celebrate International Repentance, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation Week. Forgive Church/Synagogue Leaders, Members, & Staff-Church and Synagogue Leaders- The Church/Synagogue leaders should help their congregations & communities with forgiveness, healing, reconciling broken relationships & help people to overcome their bitterness & resentment. Members should forgive them for wrongful acts that were committed by them, other members or staff.
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Children’s &Teens’ Forgiveness Day- Parents should teach them about forgiveness. As part of a school program, the school can show a movie about forgiveness or bring in a speaker who can speak on bullying. Our Sept. 30, 2012 archived episode is about bullying (www.BlogTalkRadio.com/ISAM).
Forgive National Leaders & Other Nations-National Leaders should promote national healing & reconciliation. In order to do this, there should be confession, repentance, & forgiveness in order for reconciliation to take place in America & in all nations. National leaders may want to investigate past & present injustices by conducting public hearings, forgiveness ceremonies, tribunals & investigations. Reconciliation cannot happen unless TRUTH is revealed. People should forgive the national leaders & other nations.
Int’l Repentance, Forgiveness, & Reconciliation Day- People should forgive others and themselves. This should be a day of fasting, praying, repenting, forgiving, and reconciling. You can watch a movie about forgiveness like Heaven’s Rain.
I didn't understand the true meaning of "reconciliation" until today, favorite listeners. And yet, I can see that it is what I, the physical, have done with the Non-Physical from whence I come. We will have a fascinating show today at 11! I shall see you then. Love, Linny
Folks Lent is a time of Repentance which is known as Reconciliation. In this episode of the Christian Warrior Network the Oblong Table Crew will speak on humility, forgiveness and prayer.
This is an excellent show for the special reason that I will read a recent message posted to the Celtic Cross Ministry Blog (wwwcelticcrossministry.wordpress.com).
Written by; Archbishop Paul Roberts our Vice President to the Ministerial Council of Celtic Cross Ministry.
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