When it Comes to Forgiving the “Little” Things, What’s the “Big” Deal? ~ Episode 204 with Rhonda Abellera

Nov 1, 2022 | Faith, Family, Forgiveness, Grief, Healing, Hurting, Identity, Letting Go, Podcast, Restoration, Spiritual Game Plan

 

In which relationships do you feel God is encouraging you to build a bridge of forgiveness?

To fully experience the wonder of God’s love, we must completely accept God’s plan for forgiving others in our lives.  When we hold on to unforgiveness, even in areas where we might be unaware, we actually imprison ourselves and encourage restlessness in our hearts.

My friend, Rhonda Abellera, joins me in this episode, and we get into a deep conversation about the pain that unforgiveness can bring.  She also shares the steps we must take to get to a place of complete forgiveness in our lives through God.

Rhonda shares a small preview from her book, “Whisper in the Storm: A Story of God’s Redemption Through Life’s Traumaof the journey she took to get to a place of forgiveness in her life to experience God’s peace.

Do you have any experiences of going from unforgiveness to forgiveness that you would like to share?  I would love to hear how God encouraged you through the process!

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Rhonda Abellera

Rhonda Abellera is passionate about helping women who are struggling with unforgiveness.

She is a coach who will to say that she doesn’t have all the answers, but she can get you to calm down and give God a chance to speak into your situation.

She is the author of Whisper in the Storm and its companion Reflection and Discussion Guide.

Rhonda and her husband live in Bend, OR and have been married for 21 years. They have three adult children, three adorable grandkids, and a larger-than-life goldendoodle, Sophie who thinks she’s an only child being raised by grandparents.

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