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Forgiveness, Choosing to Receive and to Give

Virginia Herbers

Forgiveness, Choosing to Receive and to Give
Forgiveness, Choosing to Receive and to Give

eISBN: 9780814664001, E6400

Details: 40 pgs,
Publication Date: 08/27/2019
Little Rock Scripture Study

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The Bible gives witness to the generously forgiving nature of God, and in turn, our call to exhibit the same generosity of spirit. Explore three biblical passages that will affirm God's mercy toward us and encourage the kind of forgiveness that will transform us and our relationships.

Virginia Herbers, brings together a graduate degree in pastoral studies with ministry experience in education, spiritual direction, campus ministry, and vocation and formation ministry for her community. These experiences have taken her to New York, Missouri, Taiwan, and now to St. Louis, where she currently serves as Director of Spiritual Formation at St. Louis University.

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Sr. Virginia Herbers offers us a fresh appreciation for the power of forgiveness. Her selection of Scripture passages and her particular viewpoint as one who does the work of reflecting and acting on Scripture drew me in from the start. Our world could use a good dose of loving forgiveness, and this book is just the right prescription to set us on that path once again.
Catherine Upchurch, General Editor of the Little Rock Catholic Study Bible