Unless you took your honeymoon in August, you're probably aware that the United States did very well at the 31st Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro--with one glaring exception.
Toward the end of the Games, celebrated American swimmer Ryan Lochte, 32, and three of his younger swimming buddies, gave America a black eye by some atrocious behavior outside the pool.
I was saddened by what happened, but even more troubled by the way Lochte handled it.
I've been in numerous settings where I've shared with others how to confess their sins. What gave me the authority to do it? Being a sinner myself , making mistakes, learning from them, and also devouring quite a bit of literature on the power of confession and forgiveness.
One thing we can learn from Ryan Lochte is how not to confess your sin.