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No Excuses

In his book with Ken Blanchard, Everyone's a Coach, Don Shula tells of losing his temper near an open microphone during a televised game with the ...


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Raising Bart Simpson

"I now have a 7-year-old boy and a 9-year-old boy, so all I can say is, I apologize. Now I know what you guys were talking about."


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Forgiving Your Spouse

During a childrens sermon one Sunday morning, I held up an ugly-looking summer shirt that I wore occasionally around the house. I explained to the children ...


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Cascade of Conflict

A family in our church recently had their basement finished by a contractor. The process ended up being one of those construction nightmare stories. I ...


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Apologies to Your Kids

One day, I found my 4-year-old trying to give his 2-year-old sister a drink of water from his cup. Pam's clothes were soaked, and I scolded my son for ...


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Words Start Fires

More than a thousand firefighters battled a wildfire for two weeks in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The fire started on August 24, 2000, and was not ...


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Paying Others to Apologize

"It's much easier for a Westerner to say 'sorry' than compared with a Chinese," claims Zhou Xiaozheng, a sociology professor at People's University in ...


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Rich Mullins Shows Repentance

The late musician Rich [Mullins] taught me an invaluable lesson about the true meaning of repentance. One rainy day he got into a blistering argument ...


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"The Legend of Baggar Vance": False Apology

The Legend of Bagger Vance tells the story of a promising young golfer, Rannulph Junuh (played by Matt Damon), who loses his "swing" because of the emotional ...


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"With Honors": Father Seeks Son's Forgiveness

In the movie With Honors, Joe Pesci plays the role of Simon Wilder, a homeless vagrant living in the boiler room of the Harvard University library.

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