When Your Loved Ones Forget You -- Write Stuff -- 11/12/2013

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Memory is a vital part in the establishment or the breakdown of a relationship. It allows us to form bonds with friends and family. Memory can be the catalyst in the feuds between factions or groups. More importantly, memory serves as the thread that continually connects us to our Maker. When things go wrong, we remember what God has done for us before. When things are well, we remember that God brought us through it.

Yet, there's nothing like when our loved ones forget us. Sometimes children forget what their parents have done for them as they get older. Parents may forget that their children are adults now. Some friends won't let you forget the most embarrassing times in your life. Your enemies will always remember you.
And then there are those of us who forget what God has done for us when new troubles and situations arise.

So memory is essential in every relationship.

In this episode of the Write Stuff, we will be talking to RJ Thesman. She is the author of the new book, "The Unraveling of Reverend G" and how memory plays an essential part in our relationship with each other and with the Lord.