Living with Unforgiveness is Like Dying a Slow Death by Paper Cuts

Go-N-Do Team Member Garnett Slatton experienced profound healing and freedom through the practice of Forgiveness

Garnett’s transformative experience with the practice of forgiveness illustrates that even ministry professionals can learn and grow through Deep Practice.

In this episode of the Deep Practice Podcast, Becky interviews another member of the Go-N-Do discipleship team, Garnett Slatton. Garnett shares how he heard the call to become a minister later in life, beginning his ministry career at the age of 40. When he was leading a church in Ohio, he met Bob Beer and learned about Deep Practice and Bob’s efforts to apply Deep Practice to Christian formation and discipleship. Garnett and his parishioners began to use the practices, with powerful and transformative results.

In today’s episode, Becky and Garnett discuss:

  • His interesting career path and call to ministry
  • How Garnett got involved in the work of bringing Deep Practice to the Church
  • The way the practice of forgiveness profoundly affected the participants of a Women’s Bible Study
  • Garnett’s powerful personal experience with the practice of forgiveness

Looking to learn more about Forgiveness? We’ve created a one-page printable cheat sheet to help you do just that! Get the cheat sheet below. 

Resources Mentioned in the Podcast

The Little Book of Talent by Daniel Coyle 

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