Living in Babylon - Flourishing in Shaming Environments
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Living in Babylon: For some, the minute they walk out of their homes and into society, they feel as if they don’t belong. For others, the moment they get out of bed and face their family, they feel different or out of place. Many live with feelings of shame within the very places they hope would provide refuge and comfort. They believe their only recourse is either to work hard to fit in or to distance themselves. The gospel, however, gives true comfort and strength: a refuge amidst fears, isolation and loneliness. This workshop is for those who want to know more about shaming places, the experiences of people who live in them over long periods of time and how to bring practical, personal, gospel hope for the struggler. Click here to download the outline for this session.
This lecture is from the 2012 National Conference, “Guilt and Shame.”