The Christian Church is built on the foundation of forgiveness; of Jesus Christ's death on the Cross to atone for the world's sins. Yet many Christians are not really schooled in the mechanics of forgiveness. It is quite vital not only for health and mental stability, but also as a tenet of the faith. It is the Lord's Prayer that asks God, "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those..." While we say the prayer often, we still harbor un-forgiveness to those who have hurt us, maligned us, divorced us, the list is seemingly endless. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, best-selling author and President of Proverbs 31 Ministries, Lysa TerKeurst talks about her new book, "Forgiving What You Can't Forget," just in time for Holiday gatherings and the old family conflicts that may flare up. Lysa speaks from experience. Hurt by her husband's infidelity, she had to learn what it really meant to forgive. She answers the questions, "What do you do about the people who never say they are sorry?" and, "Is there anything that is unforgiveable?" Lysa helps people understand that "Forgiveness is more satisfying than revenge," and that "Your offender is also suffering from pain." It is time to be grateful for the power to Forgive.