Rev. Jason Lydon
Before we can even begin to talk about forgiveness it is important that we learn how to do the work of offering healthy and authentic apologies. We live in a culture where certain people are saying the words, “I’m sorry” constantly and others simply never utter the words. Neither of these extremes are healthy for anyone. We will reflect together on the power of an authentic apology, the way we learn to say, “I’m sorry,” and what paths open up after an apology is made.