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13. Tuning Our Hearts to The Frequency of Forgiveness

April 20, 2021
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As moms, we realize the quality of forgiveness is a challenging one because it deals with hard things like hurt and betrayal. Today's guest, author and communicator Julie Sanders, describes why forgiveness is so needed in the culture today. She gives 4 practical and applicable tips for moms to implement so an atmosphere of forgiveness can permeate family relationships and the home.

You can find more from Julie at her website:

Bible References: Genesis 37-50; Genesis 45:5; Colossians 3:13

Additional Resources on Forgiveness:
Forgiveness for Times Like These by Julie Sanders
In the Middle of Your Un-Fine Moments by Heather Riggleman

To Find More from Heather and Lori:

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Helping families build connections that last a lifetime is Lori Wildenberg’s passion. As a licensed family and parent educator and parent coach, Lori is the author of five books. The Messy Life of Parenting: Powerful and Practical Ways to Strengthen Family Connections is her most recently published book. Lori leads the popular MOMS Together Facebook page and group and co-hosts the companion MOMS Together Podcast. Lori and her husband, Tom, have 4 adult children, along with two sons and a daughter-in-love, plus grandbabies adding to the gang. You can find her at
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Heather Riggleman is a blogger and author, living intentionally for Jesus, with a desire to give heartfelt encouragement to the everyday mama and wife. She started her blog, Living Bold Truths through Raw Faith, to help women live the life they were created to live. Heather is an entrepreneur, coach, co-host of the Moms Together Podcast and has written over 300 articles. Heather is the author of three books, including her latest bible study, I Call Him By Name. She lives in Nebraska with her three kids, husband of 21 years and two cats who obsessively follow her around the house. Visit
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