- Have you, or someone you know, been deeply hurt?
- Have you told your story more than once to the same person?
- Do you replay the event at least once a day in your mind?
- Do you have imaginary arguments with the person who hurt you?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, chances are you’re stuck.
In a nationwide Gallup poll, 94% of people said it was important to forgive, but 85% said they would need outside help in order to forgive.
WARNING: If you don’t learn how to forgive, it will eventually crush you. You already know people like that and so do I. One day they were hurt, then every day they became a little bit colder. As years passed, the weight of their grudge deformed them. Now they’re hardened, bitter people.
I know because I spent three years STUCK (I share my story in the book). This book highlights six forgiveness behaviors of Jesus, real-life stories of forgiveness, and practical exercises that helped free me and I believe can help you experience the freedom of forgiveness.
What Others Are Saying
“Mark has started a conversation that the Church has desperately needed to have for a long time. Mark helps us get unstuck. Do yourself a favor and read this book.”
BEN REED, Small Groups Pastor, Saddleback Church, Lake Forest, CA
“Mark is just the man to help us navigate forgiveness. He lives what he writes, and I love that. I predict you’ll end up buying copies to give away.”
Dr. DANIEL HAHN, Lead Pastor, ENCOUNTER, Ventura, CA
“Mark’s story is one based not on theory, but on his real-life story, and aren’t those always the best? Mark’s story and insights will help you release the grip of the grudge and move forward in freedom.”
JEFF HENDERSON, Lead Pastor, Gwinnett Church (North Point Ministries) Metro Atlanta, GA
“Pastor Riggins has written a highly informative book on how to forgive. He uses engaging stories and much practical, Bible-based advice to help the hurting learn how to forgive.”
Dr. ROBERT ENRIGHT, Ph.D., Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison & Co-founder, International Forgiveness Institute
They say ‘what’s down in the well comes up in the bucket’. Unforgiveness will eat you up from the inside out. Clean out your well. Grab a copy of STUCK and dig deeper into Mark’s insight on forgiving.
REGI CAMPBELL, Founder, RadicalMentoring.com
What Mark learned is that forgiveness is a process one works through in partnership with God. That process is not mechanical, but it does involve essential ingredients. This is a short book. But if you read it and do what it says, it could give you your life back.
J. Robin Maxson, D.Min. Pastor Emeritus, United Evangelical Free Church, Klamath Falls, OR
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