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I’ve always wanted to invite you to my home…

November 6, 2020

I’ve always wanted to invite you to my home, and now, I finally can. Although we can’t meet in person, I want to have you over (virtually) on November 17th  for a conversation about my family’s personal journey with healing relationship heartbreak. In fact, I’m going to dedicate an entire night for you and I to walk through how to find redemption for our stories… together. 

During this special live stream event for the release of my new book, Forgiving What You Can’t Forget, I’ll be sharing: 

  • A special teaching on forgiveness.
  • Live worship.
  • An exclusive conversation about forgiveness between me and my counselor, Jim Cress.
  • A downloadable resource to help you apply this practically in your life.
  • A live Q&A with some of my family.

If you’ve been struggling through relationship challenges that continue to feed resentment and keep you feeling stuck, I don’t want you to miss this. 

You can purchase your live stream event ticket here. 

I can’t wait to spend this time with you!

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