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Episode 47Alone at ChurchOctober 16, 2019ep. 47 SHOW NOTESYou stand there. You're surrounded by tens or even hundreds, if not thousands, of people. You've all chosen to come to this place. You, in theory, believe the same things. You have many things in common with...
The phrases, “Who am I?” or “I have to find myself” can be a bit overused and even a bit annoying but they are real. However, the truth is, some of us have struggled with who we are. Maybe you’re the “life of the party” but what do you have to sacrifice in order to be that identity? Maybe, you’re the “one that’s always there for everyone” but no one ever cares for you. Maybe you’ve been “that” guy/girl your whole life. Whatever “that” is, the fat kid, the slow kid, the annoying kid…maybe you’ve felt imprisoned in that identity and you feel…alone.
Episode 44Alone at WorkSeptember 25, 2019ep. 44 SHOW NOTESThere's nothing better than when you love and like who you work with. The 8 to 10 (or more) hours go by so much more quickly. You can actually look forward to work! However, there are times and there are jobs...
Sin. We’ve all done it, we all do it. Only the clinically deranged (I’m not sure that’s the most ok term) have no problem that they do it. We all feel bad. We wish we wouldn’t continue to miss the mark. However, sometimes people try to “help” us stop sinning. Their intentions are honorable (most often), but the result is we end up feeling alone in sin. Should we have company in sin? Clearly not. However, we should not be left alone or to feel worse for them. Or, maybe if we left “the sinner” alone, more people would change?
I’ve heard of this far too often. Ironically, in the recent years of social media maybe it’s less, but it still happens. Tragedy hits, your life turns upside down, and boom, you’re alone. The ones you thought would be there for you are not. Groups of people you depended upon don’t call, don’t ask, even disconnect. Sometimes, other people step up. Other times, no one does. Has this happened to you? I sure hope not but imagine it might have for many of you. If so, would you let us comfort you by sharing your story? We’ll be talking about that type of being alone this week.
Alone in good times.We’ve focused a lot on comfort. We’ve taught a lot about how to come alongside someone when things aren’t going well. However, if we are to love people, we need to join them in the good times as well.
Sometimes when we are hurt over a long time we go one of two ways. We can simply detach from our emotions for someone. They live? Great. They die? Whatever. You are the same either way. The other is being enmeshed. Roles are confused, feelings intertwined. What are the ramifications of this? How does this happen? We’ll be talking about that this week?
Have you grown numb to someone in your world? Are or were the hurts just too much? Have you experienced enmeshment? If so, and if you care to share, please let us know.
What’s worse than being sad? What’s worse than anxiety? What’s worse than depression? Going through these very serious things…alone. We’re going to talk about that this week. Do you experience this? What comes with that? How do you get by? What helps? What hurts?
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Lunchtime In Rome
August 7 at 8:27 PM ·
This week we’ll be capping off our series on weddings with wedding ADVICE! C’mon, everyone loves to tell others what to do. What would you tell a couple that was about to get married to do? What are the musts and must nots? Don’t keep it to yourself, let it out!
It was great getting the opportunity to talk last week about OUR weddings. This week we are really excited to share the great (and even not so great) memories from YOUR weddings. Did you do something special or different? Did you do a Unity Candle, Chord of 3, Marriage Knot, Planting a Tree, or something else? Was your wedding somewhere creative? Tell us your story!!! We’d love to share it.