Modeling A Genuine Apology

As a mom we all have things we want to instill in our kids before they leave our homes. One of the most important things I want to teach my kids is how to sincerely apologize. The ability to admit when you’re wrong and then sincerely apologize is an essential skill for healthy relationships that somehow a lot of people never fully grasp.

Holly Furtick

For HIS glory!

Journey well.

Published by Marlene Maina

Marlene Maina (@MarleneMaina) is a writer and Bible teacher at josiahjude.ORG. She is Chair and Founder of JosiahKids Incorporated, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to educate, empower, and equip young students and teens in the local community in the areas of faith, leadership, community service, and the arts. For 16 years she worked for The Coca-Cola Company; nine of those supporting the CFO of Coca-Cola North America. She is Mom to Joy and Journey and has been married to Newton for 12 years.

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