Worship Associate Darolyn Wylie
We kick off our Summer Series, Stories that Inspire, this week by examining the stories that we tell ourselves — as individuals and as communities. It is entirely natural that our brains make narratives out of everything we encounter– that’s how we make our lives meaningful. But are our stories accurate (do they need to be?), and are they inspiring us or imprisoning us? How can the stories we tell ourselves animate us and help us form a bold future, especially as a congregation?