God Help Us – You Know You


you know you

If you’re afraid to ask the question, that’s probably the question you should be asking.

In the first part of this very special episode, I join Coastland Commons for their monthly gathering to talk about the significance of personal story and the importance of trusting our instincts. In the first segment, Dani Forbess and I present in front of a live audience. In part two, I have a follow-up conversation with Dani as well as Zac Calvo and Kyle Turver.

We recommend engaging in shared meals as a spiritual practice, the book The Half Has Never Been Told, and the 1619 podcast

We also hope you’ll use this recording as a jumping off point to reflect on your own story and to find a safe group of folks with whom to discuss, share, and care for one another’s stories. Suggested discussion questions are: 1) who is your favorite literary character and what do you admire about them? 2) Did anything in this podcast episode resonate with you? 3) Do you have a story that you can safely share with the group? 4) After hearing from someone, spend a moment in silence and then offer a word of gratitude or blessing to the person who shared.

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Thanks for listening! Until next time, God help us.

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