Wounded people wound others, even those they love..."It is difficult to deal with the hurts that we don't deserve and yet remain in relationship with those who have inflicted the harm. "Since family are those closest to us, it is there that we often face our greatest challenge with forgiveness. We desire to be forgiven when we make a mistake, but find it hard to forgive others when they wound or betray us. We may even feel we are justified in our unforgiveness. "Though unforgiveness should be at the heart of our Christian walk, it is definitely easier said than done. In fact, it has been said that unforgiveness has become the cancer of Christianity. To Forgive Is to Live To Forgive Is to Heal To Release Is to Increase "The enemy seeks to make us ineffective and unproductive, but Jesus came to set us free from the bondage of unforgiveness and lead us into the abundant life that brings healing to us and those we are called to be a witness to with our lives. Come with me as we free ourselves of any entanglements or generational baggage that has held our hearts captive to unforgiveness." - Apostle Kimberly Nixon Apostle Kimberly Nixon resides in Cameron, North Carolina with Michael, her husband of thirty-five years. She has a wonderful son, two beautiful daughters, and two blessed grandchildren. Apostle Nixon currently leads Williams Chapel Church in Spring Lake, North Carolina. Its mission is to create a safe place for a shared vision of healing, hope, and reconciliation. She is the author of New Wineskins.