We continue looking at how the story we tell ourselves about sin profoundly shapes our instinct about ourselves, about one another, and about how we deal with the divided lives we all live. In particular, we explore how it affects the instincts we bring to resolving the inevitable conflicts in our lives. Last week’s lesson […]

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As we’ve seen the story we tell ourselves about sin profoundly shapes our instinct about ourselves, about one another, and about how we deal with the divided lives we all live. Turns out, the story we tell ourselves about sin impacts how we approach conflict resolution as well. More to the point, one sin story […]

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It’s not a big deal (listen to the last three lessons), but it’s a deal. It’s a “ruin-our-lives” kind of deal. So we need to deal with it. When we tell ourselves that our defining center is ugly, ugly, sin-consciousness, we tend to deal with it one way. When we tell ourselves our deepest center […]

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It’s not a big deal (listen to the last two lessons), but it’s a deal. It’s a “ruin-our-lives” kind of deal. So we need to deal with it. When we tell ourselves one story about what sin is, we deal with it one way. Another story. Another way. In the 5th century, Rome tweaked how we […]

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Easter 2016

As we do each year, in this lesson we highlight a dimension of our ancient story, and how it impacts our daily lives. This year we focus on the spiritual principle of oneness — how it is rooted in Easter, and how it affects the lives we live. Have a listen, Doug

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