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Forgiveness Formula: Finding Lasting Freedom in Christ Paperback – August 24, 2011
"Unlike so many Christian authors, CJ and Shelley Hitz write like real people...who are both willing and able to help." --Bart Campolo, Founder Mission Year
"Tragedy to triumph? Grief to gratitude? Shelley & CJ's touching transparency fleshed out to me "It's possible! There is hope!" -- Drake Mariani, Founder MemLok.com
About the Author
CJ and Shelley Hitz enjoy sharing God's Truth through their speaking engagements and their writing. On downtime, they enjoy spending time outdoors running, hiking and exploring God's beautiful creation. To find out more about their ministry or to invite them to speak at your next event, check out their website at: TheForgivenessFormula.com
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The author devotes several chapters to outlining the details of the crime to be forgiven, eulogizing the departed, etc. Leaving enormous gaps in following central premise of the book: how and why to apply forgiveness.
It is important for an author to realize that the book is for a reader who wants to apply the teaching to their own life. It is important to stay on topic and keep it moving.
I felt that the style was somewhat self-indulgent in rambling on about the details of the author's resentments. I was bored and had to skip ahead to find relevant material that I could apply.