May 17, 2020
Debunking the Myths About Forgiveness
Continuing in our message series, Getting Rid of the Gorilla, Troy shares some myths we tend to believe about forgiveness, that can prevent us from forgiving genuinely and completely. In our struggle to forgive, we need to get rid of the myths before we can start talking about real solutions.
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  • May 17, 2020Debunking the Myths About Forgiveness
    May 17, 2020
    Debunking the Myths About Forgiveness
    Continuing in our message series, Getting Rid of the Gorilla, Troy shares some myths we tend to believe about forgiveness, that can prevent us from forgiving genuinely and completely. In our struggle to forgive, we need to get rid of the myths before we can start talking about real solutions.
  • May 3, 2020Treat People the Way They Were Meant to Be
    May 3, 2020
    Treat People the Way They Were Meant to Be
    Of course we need to treat people the way they should be treated, but can we treat them the way they were created, and the way we want them to become, not the way they actually are right now? Can we treat them the way they were meant to be? If so, we can make significant progress in overcoming our struggle to forgive.
  • Apr 26, 2020Keeping People at Arm’s Length
    Apr 26, 2020
    Keeping People at Arm’s Length
    For the second message in our series, Getting Rid of the Gorilla, Bud talks about those times when we need to create geographical and/or emotional distance from the people who have hurt us. However, he also encourages us not to keep people at arm's length forever, especially if our choices are stemming from an unforgiving heart.
  • Apr 19, 2020Why a Gorilla? And Why Are You So Angry?
    Apr 19, 2020
    Why a Gorilla? And Why Are You So Angry?
    Troy introduces our new sermon series, based on the book, Getting Rid of the Gorilla: Confessions on the Struggle to Forgive, by Brian Jones. In this first message, Troy explains the metaphor of a gorilla for an unforgiving heart, and starts to help us unpack that moment in our lives when pain chose us and we began our struggle to forgive.