Forgiveness is a basic tenant of our creed. Each week we profess to believe in the “forgiveness of sins.” Yet, while "forgiveness" itself is very simple concept, it can also feel complicated. By forgiving others are we justifying others' wrong behavior? Does forgiveness automatically mean trusting another person? How do we even forgive people who have hurt us. At its core, forgiveness can be a difficult process, especially when hurt feelings and anger cloud our thinking. However, in order to begin healing from pain caused by others, we must choose to forgive. While forgiving someone won’t change the past, it can change our future. This 4-part series explains the importance of forgiving others and how it helps us even more than the person who hurt us.