Category Archives: sorrow

When “I’m Sorry” Isn’t Enough

(This post was originally part of a larger series. You can find the original post here.) Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve either directly or indirectly wronged someone and come to the point where you knew it was time to say, “I’m sorry“? And what do we do when “I’m sorry” isn’t enough? It’s not easy to… Read more »

Johnny Cash, “Unchained”

I’ve learned that no matter where you are in life, there’s a Johnny Cash song to go along with it. Recently, I’ve caused trouble to people very close to me. Very close. And this song does justice to how I feel. So, in deference and all respect to Cindy Holman’s music posting style, I’m posting “Unchained” by Johnny Cash so… Read more »

Apologizing To Whom?

Found an interesting article yesterday written by the former editor of Contemporary Christian Magazine. It had been three years after Amy Grant’s divorce and the magazine wanted her to apologize for what she had done.The editor, who was being asked by the publisher to write the article and ask for her apology, questioned the move. An exchange from the article… Read more »