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Dr Bill Senyard: The Gospel App and How to Forgive the Unforgivable

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How to understand forgiveness via the Gospel.

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How to Connect Forgiveness and Accountability

How to Connect Forgiveness and Accountability | Christianity in Education | Scoop.it
Forgiveness determines the breadth, depth, and duration of all relationships. People disappoint. The more you expect from others the more likely you’ll feel disappointed. Don’t lower expectations. ...
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Great article on forgiveness and starting over.    

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6 Insights Into Forgiveness

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Don Henley's song, “The Heart of the Matter” takes him only four minutes to sing, but it took him 42 years to write. What he learned from the loves and losses of those years is that the heart of th...
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Academic Leadership Journal

Academic Leadership Journal | Christianity in Education | Scoop.it

Yet, as educational leaders we have the “feeling as though something is missing in leadership studies and practice” (Howe, 1995, 78). We must ask the larger questions, “What is our meaning and purpose? and, How can we fulfill it?” (Kessler, 1998, 51). Ultimately, we must look to our philosophy and understanding of what guides us in our day-to-day lives, “our spirituality” (Stokley, 2002, 48).Spirituality included three subcategories: 1) caring for others, 2) transcendence, 3) seeking goodness and truth, and forgiveness (Rayburn and Richmond, 1996, 1999, 2003). Five leadership practices identified by Kouzes and Posner (1995) were examined. These included: 1) challenging the process, 2) inspiring a shared vision, 3) enabling others to act, 4) modeling the way, and 5) encouraging the heart.  Academic Leadership;  The Online Journal.

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Phil Daley's comment, May 13, 2012 12:44 AM
Great find Pippa. Reminds me of the fine work of David Purpel in the 90's. I will enjoy sinking my teeth into this one.
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