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	In a quick two-part teaching series - Jonathan Wright helps us navigate our reaction to the inevitable offenses that crop up in our daily lives.  We are reminded of the unity avialable to us in letting go, and the power and healing available to us in forgiveness.
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	In the conclusoin of this quick two-part series, Jonathan walks us through the immense benefit, victory, and healing available in forgiveness.
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	In this first session of a two-part mini-series, our own Jonathan Wright helps us take a look at the pervasive opportunities available to us in today's society to get offended.  He reminds us that in "taking offense" we often end up with more than we bargained for and it rarely (if ever) is any benefit to us. What would it look like if we could avoid getting offended in the face of an offense?
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#sameteam

In a quick two-part teaching series - Jonathan Wright helps us navigate our reaction to the inevitable offenses that crop up in our daily lives.  We are reminded of the unity avialable to us in letting go, and the power and healing available to us in forgiveness.

PART 2: “A One-Sided Victory."

· Jonathan Wright

part 1: “It’s Not You, It’s Me."

· Jonathan Wright