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As We Forgive: The Journey Continues

March 12, 2009
By Catherine Larson

It's been an exciting week. I've been on the road (seven stops in seven days) and so it's been a bit of a challenge posting regularly. But I want to let you all know of some great coverage As We Forgive has received in recent weeks.

Yestereday on BreakPoint radio, Chuck Colson encouraged listeners across America to get a copy of As We Forgive. Crosswalk picked up the commentary also, so I'm sure there are a few new folks stopping by the website. Thanks for visiting!

On Monday, Jared Wilson interviewed me and reviewed the book over on his blog. Thanks for the great review, Jared, and for helping spread word of the needs in Rwanda today.

Also on Monday, part two of a six part Q&A series with author Mary DeMuth appeared on her blog Family Secrets.  You can read part one here and part two here, and I'll be linking more in the weeks to come. Her new novel Daisy Chain was released March 1 and is already getting excellent reviews.

What a joy it was this past week to connect personally with so many friends and new faces across Central Florida from Tampa to Orlando to up and down the East Coast. Sharing about restorative justice at the Synergy Conference and talking about forgiveness at Reformed Theological Seminary were two highlights of my trip.

Oh and did I mention that as of tonight, As We Forgive is listed as the number 3 most popular book on Africa on Amazon.com? That's a nice way to round out a week that was equal parts exhausting and exhilirating!


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