Category : Education

Wii20170409-Entry359-What if…

Trudi follows up the apology profile with some common questions.

In addition to our notes from over six years ago — and our personal experiences since then — we are using two main sources. “When Sorry Isn’t Enough” is an updated version of “The Five Languages of Apology” by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas. “Effective Apology” by John Kador explores this subject from a business viewpoint.

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Wii20170402-Entry358-I will, will you?

Tim talks about to say and what to ask when using the 4th and 5th apology languages

In addition to our notes from over six years ago — and our personal experiences since then — we are using two main sources. “When Sorry Isn’t Enough” is an updated version of “The Five Languages of Apology” by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas. “Effective Apology” by John Kador explores this subject from a business viewpoint.

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Download the Apology Profile.

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Wii20170326-Entry357-Beyond What You Say

Trudi talks about actions to include in your apology.

In addition to our notes from over six years ago — and our personal experiences since then — we are using two main sources. “When Sorry Isn’t Enough” is an updated version of “The Five Languages of Apology” by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas. “Effective Apology” by John Kador explores this subject from a business viewpoint.

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Listen to the lesson.

Wii20170319-Entry356-Failure, fault, and blame

Tim talks about the second language of apology.

In addition to our notes from over six years ago — and our personal experiences since then — we are using two main sources. “When Sorry Isn’t Enough” is an updated version of “The Five Languages of Apology” by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas. “Effective Apology” by John Kador explores this subject from a business viewpoint.

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Listen to the lesson.

Wii20170312-Entry355-The language of apology

Trudi continues the series on apology, looking at the first apology language.

In addition to our notes from over six years ago — and our personal experiences since then — we are using two main sources. “When Sorry Isn’t Enough” is an updated version of “The Five Languages of Apology” by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas. “Effective Apology” by John Kador explores this subject from a business viewpoint.

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Listen to the lesson.

Wii20170305-Entry354-How’s that for an apology?

Trudi begins a new series that looks at the skill of apologizing. Today, she introduces the subject and covers an evaluation that can help you determine where you are with this skill.

In addition to our notes from over six years ago — and our personal experiences since then — we are using two main sources. “When Sorry Isn’t Enough” is an updated version of “The Five Languages of Apology” by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas. “Effective Apology” by John Kador explores this subject from a business viewpoint.

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Wii20170226-Entry353-Seated, sent, and settled

Tim concludes the series with a look at what God has called us to be on His behalf, then summarizes the series.

Our main resource during this series (besides the Bible, of course) is the book, “Seated with Christ” by Heather Holleman.

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Wii20170219-Entry352-Seated, valuable, and answerable

Tim wraps up the discussion of ways we are tempted to leave the table, then Trudi talks about four questions to ask when times are tough.

Our main resource during this series (besides the Bible, of course) is the book, “Seated with Christ” by Heather Holleman.

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Wii20170212-Entry351-Seated and valuable

Tim talks about the ways we are tempted to leave our place at the table.

Our main resource during this series (besides the Bible, of course) is the book, “Seated with Christ” by Heather Holleman.

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Wii20170205-Entry350-Take your seat

Trudi talks about our place with the King, and what it means for our lives.

Our main resource during this series (besides the Bible, of course) is the book, “Seated with Christ” by Heather Holleman.

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