Forgiveness

Conference Call 9/07/15 – Dr. Cecil Murray

»Posted by on Sep 8, 2015 in Forgiveness, Forgiveness Conference Call | 0 comments

Conference Call 9/07/15 – Dr. Cecil Murray

    PlayStop X Rev. Dr. Cecil “Chip” Murray joined the faculty of USC. After retiring from his post as pastor of First African Methodist Episcopal Church (FAME), he was appointed as the John R. Tansey Chair of Christian Ethics in the School of Religion at the University of Southern California. In addition, Rev. Murray was named a senior fellow of the Center for Religion and Civic Culture. He chairs the USC Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement. Murray holds a doctorate from Claremont School of Theology and has many years of experience as a senior statesman in the African American community and in the city of Los Angeles as a whole. During his 27 years as FAME’s pastor, Rev. Murray transformed a small congregation of 250 into an 18,000 person...

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Suffer Good

»Posted by on Dec 15, 2014 in Forgiveness | 0 comments

Suffer Good

When you enter into a season of suffering, the best way to approach it is to keep it simple: Suffer Good! As a Christian in right standing with God, not living in deliberate sin, and have a clear conscience with both God and man, the best way to handle a season of suffering – is to commit yourself fully to God with the same intensity that the suffering might bring. Meet it by seeking God in a deeper way ‘head on’. In the sovereignty of God, He has allowed whatever suffering you are going through and He has set a season for it. More than this however, He has a purpose for your suffering. He is working a far deeper purpose that you cannot possibly know right now. This doesn’t mean that you didn’t make some decisions that brought on the...

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Health Benefits of Forgiveness

»Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Forgiveness, Health | Comments Off on Health Benefits of Forgiveness

Health Benefits of Forgiveness

Health Benefits of Forgiveness A 2001 study revealed a correlation between reviewing hurtful memories and measures of the stress response (EMG, heart rate, blood pressure). When subjects were encouraged to think forgiving thoughts, the stress response was diminished. Similar findings were seen in an October 2003 study of 108 college students. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login to access. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new...

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