Tag: forgiveness

General, Relationships

Marriage Rocks, Again

MW editor’s note:  Before you read this post, go back and read “Marriage Rocks”.   They say it’s the darkest just before dawn.   Josh and Sarah both felt the darkest night of their young marriage. Josh’s stupid choices were like an avalanche at night. Total upheaval. Buried alive. He couldn’t fathom […]


Unbiblical Forgiveness

Believe it or not, there is a lot of unbiblical forgiveness in this world, and sadly many who say they follow Jesus practice such. If the word “unbiblical” throws you for a loop, then think “fake forgiveness”.  Not true, genuine, real forgiveness.   Jesus talks alot about true forgiveness. He even […]


Essential Forgiveness-Part 2

MW Editor’s note. Last week, guest writer Mark Rogers set us on a challenge considering forgiveness as essential to life. This week, we pick up on where he left off and conclude what essentials we must do with forgiveness. Have you confessed Him as Lord? Do you believe in your […]


Essential Forgiveness-Part 1

MW Editor’s note: Mentoring Warriors welcomes Mark Rogers to the tribe of guest writers. Mark spoke during a Mentoring Warriors Mountain Man Adventure trip to Colorado. This week’s and next’s posts is a compilation of Mark’s thoughts on forgiveness.  Welcome, Mark. “Father, forgive them because they do not know what […]


Revival God’s Way

MW Editor’s note: By the time this article posts, the revival at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky that has caught the nation may or may not be continuing. Regardless, this spiritual phenomenon has not been seen in America in over fifty years. Read on for some thoughts on what to […]