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Forgiveness In Jeanne Bishop's The Change Of Heart

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Forgiveness is a powerful act not all can conquer. Jeanne Bishop is the sister of Nancy Bishop who was found murdered in her safe home in 1990. A teen boy took Nancy, her husband Richard, and their unborn child. This tragedy was a drastic event for the family, but Jeanne decided to overcome this loss and make every day she had to live after her sisters death a day that mattered. Jeanne was able to forgive her sisters killer and started working, as a lawyer, to help defend juvenile suspects. She was determined to ban the death penalty, because she believed you do not fix a murder crime by taking another life. I had the opportunity to read Jeanne Bishops book titled, “The Change of Heart” before attending her presentation. By reading the book

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