The Path to Forgiveness Study Guide

Moving forward with hope and healing one day at a time

by Dr. Preston C. VanLoon



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/6/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 98
ISBN : 9781973655312
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 98
ISBN : 9781973655305

About the Book

The Path to Forgiveness Study Guide is designed as a companion to the book, The Path to Forgiveness, to help you look deeper into the forgiveness process and find the peace and healing you need from interpersonal conflict and pain. In addition to the quotes, narratives, reflection questions, and affirmations in the book, this study guide also incorporates biblical references and thoughtful questions for further application and insight.

You can use this study guide, along with The Path to Forgiveness, at a pace that is comfortable to you so that you can move forward from the unjust suffering you have experienced. This study guide can also be used in small groups to lead you and others down the path to forgiveness over a forty-day or eight-week period as you seek to restore meaning and direction to your life.

About the Author

Dr. Preston VanLoon is passionate about interpersonal forgiveness and making a difference in the lives of people and organizations. He is a much sought-after motivational and inspirational speaker who has presented both domestically and internationally and provides daily “Forgive & Live” meditations on KNDR (104.7 FM) radio in Bismarck, ND. Dr. VanLoon is available for speaking engagements including conferences, workshops, and retreats. He would welcome the opportunity to speak to your group, church, school, or organization about the benefits of interpersonal forgiveness. ​Dr. VanLoon is the author of three books; The Path to Forgiveness (2018, Blue Mountain Arts, Inc.), The Path to Forgiveness Study Guide (2019, WestBow Press), and co-author of Building a Faith to Live By. He has also published curriculum and journal articles on a variety of topics including interpersonal forgiveness, which was the focus of his doctoral dissertation. He has worked as a college professor, pastor, chaplain, and mental health counselor.